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JOHN D. GALLUP. 

(No. 4yo, page 132.) 



THE 

Genealogical _ History 

OF THE / 

GALLUP FAM IL Y 

IN THE 



UNITE D STA TES, 

ALSO, 

^PIOQR/PHICAL ^KETCHE? Of tJV[EMBER? OF THE J'aMILY, 

BY 

JOHN D. Gallup, 

AGAWAJI, JIASS. 



"The world's history is a divine poem, of which the history of every nation is a 
canto, and every man a word." —James A. Garfield. 



HARTFORD, CONX.: 
Press of Thk YiswvvoKV) Prtnti-vg Ccmpa.w. 

(ELiHU (iEEK'S .SOXSj 

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1560893 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1803. by 

JOHN' D. GALLUP, Agawam, Mass., 

in the office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C. 



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PREFACE. 



HE arrangement of this book is simple and hardly needs 
explanation. From John Gallup of the second genera- 
tion who married Hannah Lake, there are only two lines, 
those of his two sons John and Benadam. His son William 
left no sons, and of Samuel there is no record. 

As John was the oldest, his line is given first in order 
and that of Benadam following through all the generations, 
being easily understood by the names and figures placed 
after each individual whose history is given. The small 

figures denote the generations. 

Any descendant may thus readily trace his own line back 
to John the pioneer settler. 

Those only are numbered who bear the name Gallup, and 
may be found in the first index. 

Names of those connected with the family by marriage 
are in the second index. 

The abbreviations are b. born; m. married; d. died; s. p. 
died without issue. 



ERRATA. 



Pa^e 12, Sketch of George Tilly GoUop, tenth line from bot- 
tom, for Mrs. Standard's, read Mrs. Stannard's. 

•' 40, Xo. 50, after Charles Dow, m. Harriet W. Allen, read 
daughter of Rev. Jacob Allen. 

•' 47, X'l. 179, for X'athon, read X'arhan. 

•' So. X'fj. 52S, for Deucy, read Dency. 

■' 126, X'o. 467. By mistake this family was omitted m 
numbering, and to avoid confusion the numbers 
are now placed looia. looib, etc., with corres- 
ponding numbers in the index. 

■' 193, X'o. S82, for Elmina Ruggles Walter, read Elmina 
Ruggles. 

" 195, X'l,). 894, for Albert Husley, read Albert Xusley. 

" 199, Xo. 941, last line, for Salem, ]SIass., read Salem. 
Conn. 

" J 30, Xo. 1449, for Edmund Livingstone, b. February 21. 
1876, read b. August 10. 1874, in Glasgow, Scot- 
land, d. there X'ovember 21, 1874. After Walter 
Tower, b. February 21. 1876, read in Glasgow, 
Scotland. 



INTRODUCTION. 



"Tell ye your children of it, and let your children tell their children, and 
their children, another generation. —/oc-/, 1-3. 



In this simple, natural, and best of all ways, there has come 
to us an incomplete knowledg-e of that past in which our 
ancestors lived, well and worthily, their appointed lives. 

A reverent love for that time, g-lorified by the heroic deeds of 
our fathers, and the fearless devotion of our mothers, has 
unconsciously become one of our noblest mental possessions, 
inspiring to zealous search for recorded facts in the life history 
of those whose lips can no longer tell it to their children. 

To verify and keep forever these stories of heroism, familiar 
from our childhood, and more precious than any written volume, 
this book has been written, that the children, and children's 
children may enjoy with us, and keep in memory the gathered 
harvest of fact, event, and incident, from the different branches 
of our venerable family tree. 

May it intensify our reverence for the strong characters in 
the beginning of our family history, and more firmly seal the 
feeling of friendly kinship between those who have not yet 
attained the ancestral rank. 

It was the thought of the author when beginning this work 
to compile only a brief historv* of his own branch of the family, 
but yielding to the solicitation of other branches, he consented 
t(j enlarge his plan, and hoped to embrace all of the lineage in 
the United States. But, finding it impossible to obtain records 
of all, in justice to those who have so l<.)ng waited for the 
appearance of the book, the writer is constrained to suspend 
his researches and bring the work to completion, after having 
given it a vast amount of" time and labor. 



b GENEALOGY OF 

That errors will occur, notwithstanding the greatest care 
upon the compiler's part to avoid them, will be understood by 
all. but in no case has there been any liberty taken with dates. 
They are published as taken from old family Bibles, copies of 
records supplied by individuals, and from the examination of 
town and church records. 

This introduction would be incomplete without an expres- 
sion of cordial appreciation for all the valuable help so kindly, 
freely and wisely given by different individuals from the 
beginning to the end of the finished w^ork. 

Will one and all accept the sincere acknowledgments of the 
author for the priceless importance of aid received, and the 
generous and encouraging spirit that always came with it, 
which, though perfectly understood, can never be completely 
expressed by the grateful Author. 



GOLLOR 



[From Records of Harlean Society, British >[useum, 1166, folio 72.] 

VISITATION OF DORSET, 1 62 3. 

John Gollop — Came out of the north A. 5, Ed 1465. (Fifth year of reign 
of Edward IV.) 

^[arried Alice, daughter and heir of William Temple, County 
of Dorset. 

JoH.v Gollop, of North Bowood, and Temple, in County Dorset, died 25, H. 
8, 1533- (Twenty-fifth year of reig^n of Henry VIII.) 

M(7 rrxc d ]oan. daughter of .... Collins, of Snails Croft. County 
of Dorset. 

Thom.\s Gollop, of North Bowood, son and heir, died April S, 1610. Jacob. 
(Reig^ of James I.) 

.\farried Agneta, daughter of Humphrey Watkins, of Hohvell, 
in County Dorset. 

1. Egedins Gollop, first son, died without issue. Went to Rome and — 
became a priest. 

2. Humphrey Gollop, second son, died without issue. 

3. John Gollop, third son of Thomas and Agneta Watkins. 

Married daughter of .... Crab. - 

Iijh.v Gollop, of Mosterne, came to America, 1630, in ship Mary and John. 
.l/(;;-r/<v/ Christobel .... iMusteme is a parish in Dorset.) 

4. Thomas Gollop, fourth son, and made heir of North Bowxjd and 
Strode, died 1G22, m month of December. 

Married Francesca, daughter of George Pawlett, of Melplash, 
County of Dorset 

1. Catharine, married Thomas Game, of CoUey, County, of Dorset. 

2. Anne, second daughter, married Robert Marsh, of Chillington, 
County of Somerset. 

3. Elizabeth, aged i3 at time of visitation in 1623. 
^ 4. William, 2 (probably second son). 

5. Henry-, married Judith, daughter of James Hitt, of L\'me Regi.s. 

6. Roger, aged 18, 1623, probably twin of Elizabeth. 

7. Thomas Gollop, of N(jrth Bowood. son of Thomas and Francesca 
Fawlett, and heir of Strode, C'^unty of D(jr-ct. 

Married Martha, dau.ghter of Ra'.nh Ironside, oi l.i.ng Bredy, 
in County Dorset. 



8 GENEALOGY OF 

Thomas Gollop, son and heir of Thomas and Martha Ironside, was 6 
years old at time of \'isitation, 1623. 

Martha Gollop, daughter, was 3 years old at time of visitation, 1623. 

5. George Gollop, of Southampton, married 

Humphrey Gollop, son of George of Southampton, died without issue. 

6. Richard Gollop, of Bowood, sixth son of Thomas and Agneta 
Watkins, married a daughter of .... Davy, of Saunford, in County Devon. 

John Gollop, Egedins Gollop, and other children. 
[GoUopp, 1166; fol. sg.] 
William Gollopp of [sfc], married .... 

Roger Gollop, of Bowood, in County Dorset, Justice of Peace, living in 1623. 
Married Mary, daugher of .... of Kerton, relict of Richard 
Gollop. 
Grace, daughter; Roger, son and heir, aged 11 in 1623; Amye, second 
daughter; Joan, third daughter. 

[Copied at Astor Library, New York, April 29, 1891.] 

There seem to be two heirs alive in 1623, but one is of 
North Bowood, and heir of Strode (Thomas, aged 6), and the 
other (Roger, son and heir, aged 11), from folio 59. The latter 
is of Bowood only. 

The English family is still at Strode. 

PEDIGREE. 

Visitation of Gollop, of Strode, and Bowood. Taken in 
the year 1623, by Henr\' St. George (Richmond Herald), and 
Sampson Lennard (Blue Mantle Pursuivant), marshalls and 
deputies to William Campden Clarenceax, King of Arms. 

Richmond Herald — A superior officer, "one of the six 
heralds of the English heralds college," an office created by 
Henry VH. in memory of his previous title of Earl of 
Richmond. 

Blue Mantle Pursuivant — The title of one of the English 
pursuivants at arms. The office was created either by Edward 
III. or by Henry V., and named in allusion to the robes of the 
Garter, or as some suppose to the colors of the arms of France. 

ARMS. ^ 

Gules, on a bend; Or, a lion passant; guardant, sable. 
CrL-r, a dtmi-lion barry. r)r, and -able, holding in his 
dexter pav/ a brok^.-n arrow, gViles. 
M'jtto — "'Be bolde. Be w-.'se." 



GALLTJP FA^HLY. 



EXPLANATION. 



Gules, red, taken from the color in the open mouth of the 
heraldic lion; bend, or bendy, signifies that the field or 
escutcheon, is divided by diagonal lines from the dexter chief 
to the sinister base — in reality a gold band five-eighths of an 
inch in width. The field represents the shield, which was an 
important part of knightly armor; the dexter chief, as worn by 
bearer on right arm, would bring the upper portion of band at 
right hand. Or (gold), a "lion passant, guardant, sable, 
simply means a black lion, on a gold band, walking with his 
face turned toward the observer. Crest reads: "A gold half 
lion, crossed by black horizontal bars, holding in his right paw 
a red, broken arrow." 

The iion has always been a favorite emblem for the expres- 
sion of strength and power, which fact is too well understood, 
perhaps, to need repetition here. In heraldry it is always 
understood to be rampant, unless diiferently expressed. 

Armorial insignia consists for the most part of one or more 
objects called charges, depicted on a field. 

One coat of arms differs from another, not by charges only 
but by difference of color or tincture. In British Heraldry 
there are nine tinctures, two metals: Or, gold; Argent, silver; 
two furs, colors five, gules (red), azure (blue), sable (black). 
Vert (green), purpure (purple). 

There is always an atmosphere of mystery about these old 
family escutcheons, which only enhances their interest, and our 
desire to penetrate their meaning, at best vague and unsatisfac- 
tor\-, and so we never wear}' of anything bearing upon the 
subject. For this reason, we give the opinion of one writer 
upon heraldry, that the full figure of a lion denotes some ;xtst 
connecti^^n with a royal family. 

If thi- is true, in our family the connecti(m is so 7'cry rtinotc 
Vv'e have tto knozchu/^rc of it whatever, and no desire to make the 
ili.j^litcst cluiin thereto, though we hold our copy of the "Coat 
of Arms" as a treasured memento of the family, from that far 
away time of which we can now learn so little. 



10 GENEALOGY OF 

LINEAGE. 

[From Burke's History' of the Landed Gentrj-.] 

GOLLOP OF STRODE AND BOWOOD. 

GoLLOP — George Tilly, Esq., of Strode House. County Dorset, born nth 
October, 1791, married 19th September, 1515. Christine, daughter of 
Hubertus Vander Viegen, a gentleman of Hasselt, in the district of Liege, 
and has issue: George, born 13th August, 1825. John, boni 27th May. 1S29. 
Christina, Georgina Jane. 

Mr. GoUop succeeded his father, in 1793, and was a magistrate of 
Dorsetshire. 

' John GoUop, the founder of this family, was, according to some memoirs 
preserv'ed in the family, a soldier of fortune from either Denmark or Sweden, 
who flourished in the reigns of Richard IL and Henrj- IV. ; but other and 
more probable accounts, coinciding with the visitation in 1623, state that he 
lived in 1465 and came from the north. 

He married Alice, daughter and heir of William or Peter Temple, of 
Templecombe, in Broad Winsor, and acquired therebv that estate with the 
lands of North Bowood. The next on record: 

,^ John GoUop, of North Bowood and Temple, living time Henr\' VHL ; 
married Joan, daughter of ... . Collins, of Nailscroft, County Dorset, and 
was succeeded at his decease by his son, 

3> Thomas GoUop, who in minority was placed under the guardianship of 
Sir Giles Strangeways, being then possessed of Strode, North Bowood, and 
Temple. He married Agnes, daughter of Humphrey Watkins, of HolweU, 
in Somersetshire, and had issue: 

1. Giles. Fellow of New College, O.xford. who not conforming to the 
change of religion in Queen Elizabeth's time, resigned his fellowship, and, 
traveling through .Spain to Rome, died there. 

2. Humphrey, who died s. p. 

3. Thomas, of whom presently. 

4. '■ John, father of Johif of Mastern. 

5. (jeorge. <A Southampton. 
(>. Richard. 

He died in 1610, having made nearly an equal division of his estates. 
Strode, Bowood, etc. , amongst his sons, the third of whom 

'' Thomas GoUop, Esq., of Strode, etc., married Frances, daughter of 
George Poulet, of Holbom, in the County of Dorset, and grandson of Lord 
Thomas Powlet, son of WiUiam, the tirst marquis of "Winchester, and. 
dying in 1623, was succeeded by his son, 

Thomas CJollop. Esq., of North Bowood and Strode, barrister at law. 
This gentlerr.a:! nuirried Martha, daughter of Ralph In.n-ide, oi Long- 
^)v:<Uiy. :,y Ucij ''.■.',t;r:. oi->it;.- '>!' Gilbert. Ei-'iTp of Bristol, and, dying in 
!^'.3- -vu- -----.-ic^i by i:::, m,::. 

Thoma.-, (i.jll.jp, Esq., (,t' N.,rth Bo\voo<l .^-vi Strode, b'.m in 1617. This 
gentleman wu- ciucated at Wndham OAl<j^'-. and at the Middle Temple. 



GALLUP FA^nLY. 11 

He was Coroner of the County Dorset, and served the office of Shenif in the 
twenty-seventh of Charles II., when he was attended by his ten sons as 
javeUn men, headed by their uncle. The deticiency in the usual number 
being remarked by the Judge, the explanation of the persons who composed 
the train was given, and an excuse made upon the plea of so large a family. 
He married Elizabeth, daughter and heiress of Thomas Thome, of 
Candlemarsh, Gent., and had issue: 

1. Thomas, who died s. p. in 1727. 

2. Giles, of London, whose line terminated with his grandson, George 
Gollop, of Chilfroom, surgeon. 

3. William, of Candlemarsh, who inherited his mother's estate, and 
was father of 

Thomas Gollop, Esq. , of Candlemarsh, ancestor of the Gollops of 
that place and of Strete. County Somerset. 

4. John, continuator of the family. 



James, ©f Bristol, in trade. 
Heur\% of Exeter, in trade. 
Ralph, of Lillington, who died s.p. 
Benjamin, of Bristol. 

George, of Berwick, who married Mars-, daughter and heiress of 
Julius Squib, Esq., and, dying in 1729, left issue: 

1. George, Sheriff of Dorset, eighteenth of George II., who died 
s.p. in 1753. 

2. Thomas, governor of Portland Castle, who married a daughter 
of Edmund Tucker, Esq., of \Ve\-mouth, and died s.p. in 1761. 

3. James, Sheriff of Dorset, eighth of George III. 

4. Julian, who died in the East Indies, and left issue: Dorothy, 
Mary, Elizabeth, who married William Hansford, Esq., Comm. 
R. X. :Martha married John Tucker, Esq., M. P. for Wey- 
mouth. Sarah married Richard Tucker. 

10. Nicholas, of London. 
ri. Richard, of Charmouth. 

John Gollop, .\lderman of Dorchester, succeeded to the family estate by 
an arrangement with his elder brothers, by which he paid them a sura of 
money and annuities for life. He married first. Mary, daughter of Philip 
Stansby, of Dorchester, and secondly, Frances, widow of Henry Backway, 
Gent By the former, of whom he had issue to survive in infancy, 
John, his heir, , 

Thomas, of London, merchant, wlfo married Mar>-, daughter of 

Walter Foy, Esq., of Bewly Wood. 
Rebecca, married Edward Tucker, Esq,, of Wejmiouth. 
Mr. Gollop died 25th August, 1731, and was succeeded by his son. 
John Gollop, Esq,, of Strode, who married first, Edith, daughter of 
Walter Foy, Esq., of Bewly Wood; second. Penelope, daughter of John 
Mitchell, Esq., of Kingston Ru.ssell, and third, Joan, daughter of Giles Hitt' 
gentleman of Lorscomb. By the first lady he had issue : 



12 GENEALOGY OF 

{ Thomas of Lillington. who married, first Susannah, daughter of 

t Nathaniel Tillv, Esq., of Thomford, and eventual heiress of 

i the Tillie's, by whom he had issue: 

I Thomas, heir to his granfather. 

i Jane, married to Henr\- Petty, Esq,, of Evershot. 

I He married second Miss Holloway and had another son, John, 

\ M. D. , who married Miss Annie Dampier and died. s. p. 

Mr. GoUop died v. p., loth July, 1749. 

i John and Walter both died, s. p. 

! Mr. GoUop died in 175S, aged 82, and was succeeded by his grandson 

\ Thomas GoUop, Esq., of Sherborne and Strode. This gentleman married 

Jane, daughter of the Rev. Thomas Sawkins, L. L. B., \ncar of Frampton 
and Rector of Bettescombe in Dorsetshire, and left at his decease in 1793 
an only son, the present George Tilly GoUop, Esq. , of Strode. 

Arms: Gu, on a bend or a lion passant giiardont sa. 

Crest : A demi-lion bendy or and sa, holding in his dexter 
paw a broken arrow, g-u. 

Seat : Strode House, near Bridport. 

Sketch of the late Ge^Tge Tilly GoUop of Dorsetshire, Eng- 
land, kindly furnished for this work by his daughter, Mrs. 
Henry Reeve, of London. England, abridged from his diaries. 

I In the autobiography of the Hon. Roger North, just published by Dr. 

i Jessop, there is an illusion to an incident on circuit in the west of England ; 

; " It happened in Dorsetshire once that the High Sheriff had ten sons who 

I carried halberds and wore his livery, and his eldest son was the captain of 

I the band ( 27th Charles II., 1670). " 

i A lineal descendant of that otTicer will celebrate his 96th birthday on 

; the nth October. 

\ Mr. GoUop was born in October, 1791 ; his father died in January, 1793, 

and the boy then came into possession of the estate of Strode in the parish of 
Netherbur\', acquired by his ancestors the year of the Armada. There are 
records of the family in an adjoining parish for another centurv, and it is 
possible that when the battle of Bosworth Field ended the civil wars, the 
"Soldier of Fortune. ' said to be the progenitor of the family, settled in 
Dorsetshire. 

Mr. GoUop's first school was at Mrs. Standard's, in Long street, Sher- 
borne, a sort of dame's school ; he went to similar schools at Burton, Brad- 
stock and at White Cross. North Netherbury. 

Next to a writing school kept by Mr. AvTes at Sherborne. The old 
gentleman was a good mathematician, wrote a book on astronomy, and wore 
a pigtail. 

When seven or eight years old he went to a boarding school at Kington 
Magna, kept by the Rev. W. Toogood, and later on to Dr. Jones, Redland, 
near Bristol where a prize was awarded him for progress in the fourth class 
in 1803. 

I 
i 



GALLUP FAMELY. 13 

Mr. GoUop was at Brazenose, Oxford in iSoS-g, and subsequently became 
a pupil of Chitty, the well known conveyancer, being entered at the Inner 
Temple in May, iSir. 

But his health was not strong, the close air of the Temple and a seden- 
tary life did not suit him, and in 1S15 he determined to make a tour on the 
continent ; with a friend, saddle horses, saddle bags, and two grooms, the 
route was via Harwich and Helvoetsluys. 

One of these grooms, Hartzman, was a deserter from the French army 
in Spain, and was chosen as conversant with foreign languages. Mr. Gol- 
lop kept a careful diar%- from which a few extracts follow. 

The party rode through Holland, and \na Osnabruck, Bremen, Bruns- 
wick, Magdeburg to Potsdam. On the 30th May they were present at a 
review of the Prussian army at Berlin. 

"The King rode along the whole line beginning from the Charlotten- 
burg end. They are certainly the finest men and the most soldierlike troops 
I ever saw. These troops, it appears, form the army of reser\-e." 

" On June i, " so runs the diar\-. "read the English papers. War not 
yet begun. On the 24th, news arrived of the great victory gained by Wel- 
lington and Blucher over Boney ; we saw the cannon tired by the palace. 
The courier who brought the news paraded the streets with postillions, 
blowing trumpets before, and with lancers behind." 

From Berlin they went to Leipsic and surveyed the bridges and remnants 
of bridges where the French army passed over, the fields covered with their 
dead bodies, and the tree against which Bonaparte leant and watched the 
fight. 

"We marked the spot whence Poniatowsky. pierced with three mortal 
wounds, leaped on horseback into the river, and after reaching the opposite 
bank was again plunged into the water by his recoiling steed." 

Dresden was reached on the 6th July. The fortress of Konigstein was 
visited (but only the outside, spite of every eflFort to obtain admittance ), and 
the spot where General Moreau was struck by a cannon ball by the side of 
the Emperor Alexander, 27th August, 1S13, is duly noted. 

It was at Prague that Mr. Gollop read in the newspapers the conventi'in 
" between Wellington. Blucher, and the French Provisional Government." 

The party reached \'ienna on 22nd July. Here a longer stay was made, 
and an imp<jrtant event took place, for on the 19th September, Mr. Gollop 
was married according to the rites of the Church of Rome, to Miss Christine 
Van der Miegen. 

Only after the ceremony did it occur to the bridegroom and bride to en- 
quire whether they had complied with the legal requirements. The lady's 
guardian Count Bathiany and Mr. Gordon, the British minister, took coun- 
sel. It was found that there ought to have been publication of banns in 
England previously, and that the ambassador should have been present at 
the Roman Catholic ceremony. It was further found out that the laws of 
Austria prohibit the performance of a Protestant ceremony after a Catholic 
one. 

Thereftjre on their return home Mr. and Mrs. G<^llop were remarried by 
hcense at the Marleybone church on the 6th August, 1816, in the presence of 



14 GE>T1AL0GY OF 

Mr. Gollop's mother, of Mr. Hunter, and of Mr. and Mrs. Archer Shee. af- 
terwards Sir Martin Archer Shee, president of the Royal Academy. A car- 
riage was now necessary for the honeymoon tour; the friend returned to 
England, but Mr. Gollop kept on his saddle horses, and rode some of the 
stages. Gratz, Trieste, Udine, ]^Iestri and Venice were the halts. 

On the 1 2th December, at Venice, being the eighteenth anniversary of 
the departure of the famous Bronze Horses for Paris, the Emperor of Aus- 
tria presided at a grand function for their restoration to their former site. 
An amphitheatre with a raised box was erected in St. Clark's place facing 
the church. The horses were landed to the roar of cannons and drawn by 
sailors up the center of the square through an alley of troops. (These 
horses were in the first place stolen by the Venetians from Greece.) 

From Venice the travelers went to Ferrard, Bologna, Florence, reach- 
ing Rome on the 3rd January. i5i6. 

On the 19th they were at Naples. They visited Pompeii and went up 
Vesuvius. They dismounted at the foot of the main hill, scrambled with 
difficulty to the top by torchlight, and at last came within sight of the 
crater, smoke, flames and stones being thrown up. The descent was of 
course a far easier task, but when the last torch was lighted the guides de- 
clared that they had lost their way. "We were between two mighty hills of 
lava in a sort of gully, stumbling every moment over huge cinders, a Scotch 
mist wetted us to the skin, a cold wind did not dr\- us." Between 5 and 6 
o'clock there was enough light for the guides to regain the track and the 
travelers got back to the "Aquida d'Oro," wear\- but safe. 

They now set their faces homewards, pausing at Rome, Florence, Bo- 
logna, and Parma. Here Mrs. Gollop's illness detained them a short time. 
Mr. Gollop rode to the gate of Marengo, and Pietro, the vetturino, present- 
ed an ugly Uttle puppy which he said was "motto graziaso. " Mrs. Gollop 
being better they went to the theatre and heard a certain Paganini on the 
violin, "whom Christine thinks the first player living. He was in prison 
for some crime and passed ten years there perfecting himself. 

Turin, Geneva, (via. Mount Cenis, Cham'oery, and a village with hot 
springs, Great Aix) and finally on May 3. Pii";-: u-as reached, and from Paris 
Mr. and Mrs. Gollop proceeded to London. 

In 1823 Mr. Gollop published a translation of Schiller's minor poems — 
The Bell, " "The Diver," " The Glove," and " The Worth of Women." 

In 1834 Mr. Gollop published another translation from the German on a 
very different subject — a chapter from Eichom's introductions to the New 
Testament. And in i3S3 his translation of Eichom's introduction to the Old 
Testament was printed for private circulation. The translation had been 
made soon after 1S34. 

By his first marriage there were two sons and one daughter, by a second 
marriage, one son and one daug'nier. 

Mr. Goli'.p died in February 1^89; his eldest son in ^lay, 1S90. 

Mr. Gollop made a short tour of the continent in 1823, but he kept no ac- 
count of this. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 15 

A few years later, after the birth of his first son, Mr. GoUop left Br\-mp- 
ton House, near Yeovil, the property of Lord Westmorland, where he had 
been residing, and determined to live on his property in Dorsetshire. The 
old mansion at Strode ha\-ing been converted into a farm house, a new 
house was begun in 1S30, and here Mr. Gollop has lived ever since. The 
names of his children and dates of their births are to be found in Burke's 
Commoners. 

The London World in 1SS9 says: "Mr. George Tilly Gollop of Strode, 
will be gS this year. He is the representative of a very- ancient familvinthe 
west of England and succeeded to his estates in 1792. He is doubtless the 
doyen of English squirearchy. Mr. Gollop still takes a keen interest in poli- 
tics, quotes Horace with singular correctness, and writes charming letters to 
his daughter, the \\'ife of Mr. Henry Reeve." 

Mr. Gollop died at Strode Manor, Xetherby, Dorset, March 22, 1SS9, in 
the gSth year of his age, leaving a son and daugher. 



16 GENEALOGY OF 



ORIGIN AND ORTHOGRAPHY 

OF fa:mily name. 



[From Burke's Landed Gentr\-. ] 

" The name is said to be derived from the Gennan words, 
'Gott and Lobe,' God and praise, as Godfrey comes, from 
Gott and Frende, God and peace. " 

[From Hon. C. H. Gallup's History- of Nor\\-alk, Ohio.] 

"In Lorraine, part of the debatable territor\' between the French and 
Gennan people : wasted and seared and scarred, by manv battles, now in 
possession of one people, then of another, there is an ancient family of the 
name of Kolopp, 

From time immemorial the tradition has been handed down, by its 
members from generation to generation, that one of their number went to 
Western Europe as a follower of William Duke of Normandv, and never re- 
turned. Thi.-, tradition was recently imparted to the writer by the Rev. 
Peter Kolopp, a member of that family now in charge of St. Peter's 
(Catholic) church of Norwalk. 

As corroborative of the tradition in the Kolopp family of Lorraine, a 
tradition also exists in the Gallup family of America that the founder of the 
Enghsh branch came into England at the Conquest, from France. This 
tradition has often been related to the writer by the late Hallet Gallup of 
Norwalk. 

The different spelling of the names, by the two families is no indication 
of a difference in origin. In those early days education was confined to the 
monasteries, and family names were perpetuated by the medium of thtir 
children, more than by written records. 

Afterwards, as education became more general, and men learned to 
write their names, the manner of spelling them was purely arbitrary, de- 
pending upon the sound, or the fancy of the indi\-idual. Kolopp is a correct 
phonetic spelling of the German pronunciation of Gallup." 

In old English records, the name is spelled in several different ways, as 
GoUop, GoUopp, Golloppe, Golop. The present English family still retain 
Gollop. 

In Boston records, we find almost as great a variety of spelling as given 
in the ancient English records. Gallup prep<.nderating however, and the 
latter form of spelling but slightly changed by later generaii-jns from our 
great ance?,:ors simple orthography, seems, "by common consent to have 
been adopted by the large majority of his descendants in our country. 



GALLUP FAJMILY. 17 



FIRST GENERATION. 



John Gallop, the ancestor of most of the families of that 
name in this country, came to America from the Parish of 
!Mosteme, County Dorset, England, in the year 1630. 

He was son of John Gollop, who married Crabbe, who 

was son of Thomas and Ag-nes (Watkins) Gollop, of North 
Bowood and Strode, and whose descendants still own and 
occupy the manors of Strode. 

He was thirty-three years old at the time of the visitation 
of Dorset, 1623. 

He married Christobel, whose full name does not appear, 
and careful research has failed to discover it. 

He sailed from Plymouth. England. March 20, 1630, in the 
ship Mary and John, arriving at Xantasket, now Hull, May 
30th. His wife and children following in 1633. 

He went first to Dorchester, but was soon after a resident 
of Boston. He was admitted to the First Church, January 6, 
1634. His wife, Christobel, June 22. 1634. He was made a 
freeman in April of same year. '" He was one of the earliest 
grantees of land at the northerly part of the town, where he 
had a wharf-right and house." The locality was known by the 
name of Gallop's point, and was the southeast part of the 
peninsula, at the north end of the town. 

We find his name first in the town records in 1636, on page 
10, where occurs the following entr\': "Item: It is ordered 
that John Gallop shall remove his payles at his yarde ende 
within 14 days, and to rainge them even with the comer of his 
house, for the preserving of the way upon the Sea Bancke." 
This was probably the origin of Middle street, now known as 
Hanover street. — Extract froin an article in Boston Transcript^ 
April /J, iSSj, by James H. Stark. 

He owned Gallup's Island, where he had a snug farm, with 
a meadow on Long Island, a sheep pasture on Nix Mate, and a 
house in Boston. 

2 



18 GENEALOGY OF 

He was a skilful mariner, well acquainted with the harbor 
around Boston, and in the habit of making frequent trading 
expeditions along- the coast in his own vessels. One of these 
expeditions wa§ made forever memorable by the encounter of 
the murderers of his friend, John Oldham. 

[Por full account of this first naval exploit off Block Island, July, 1636, see Appendix.] 

After the settlement of Rhode Island and Connecticut, his 
vessel furnished about the only means of communication be- 
tween the two colonies. At one time there was considerable 
anxiety in the Rhode Lsland colony, for John Gallup was de- 
layed in his trip. Soon after, Roger Williams writes Governor 
Winthrop, beginning in this manner: "God be praised John 
Gallop has arrived." 

He achieved great distinction by piloting in the ship Griffin, 
a ship of 300 tons, in September, 1633, through a new found 
channel, when she had on board the Rev. John Cotton, the 
Rev. Thos. Hooker, Rev. Mr. Stone, and other fathers of New 
England among her two hundred passengers. Besides these, 
it is supposed that Mr. Gallop's wife and children were on 
board. 

He died in Boston, January 11, 1650. His wife, Christobel, 
died in Boston, September 27. 1655. His will and that of his 
wife's are amung the earliest on record, and may be found in 
the Appendix. * 

In this connection, an extract from a letter written by 
Gcjvemor Winthrop t(; the Rev. John White, of England, re- 
ferring to John of Masterne. will be enjoyed: 

+ "I have much dirncultye to keepe John Gallop here, by reason his wiie 
will not come. I marvayle at the woman s weakne.sse. I pray, persuade 
and further her coming by all means. If she will come let her have the re- 
mainder of his wages; if not, let it be bestowed to bring over his children, 
for so he desired. It would be about ^^40 los.se to him to come for her. 
Your a-ssured in the Lord's worke, J. Wi.ntmrop. 

M.ASSACHt SETTS, Julv 4, I632." 

Possibly, Governor Winthrop's pleasure, that the "woman's 
weaknesse" had been overcome, enabling her to join her hus- 
band, pn-mptcd the gift of Gallop's Island in commemoration 
of the successful piloting, by her happy husband, of the ship 
which bore her and so many distinguished ones safely into 
Boston Harbor. 

•Gathered from Winthrop's History. t Found among Gov. Winthrop's papers. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 19 

Surelv the evening- of that eventful September day found 
no happier man in the settlement than John Gallop, whose 
stout heart had never, for a moment, failed him or his friends 
in any of the stern emerg-encies of those early days; yet had 
g-rown weary enough in the prolonged waiting for wife and 
children, by a lonely tireside, for which he had little more 
courage than some descendants that bear his name. 

On the frontier, men live in heart to heart contact with one 
another, the interests of one are the interests of all. 

Governor "Winthrop and family devoutly shared his joy; 
the arrival of the Governor's family, and the great rejoicing 
upon that event, when amid the resounding welcome of 
artiller}-, "the judges of the court and most of the people of 
the town went to salute them," occurred but two years before, 
and doubtless there were many friends to heartily greet the 
good wife, the only daughter, and three brave lads of John 
Gallop. Among them all none nearer than the friend, John 
Mason, with him in the military school in Holland, companion 
through the voyage on the " ^Slary and John," and ever after 
these two were as close friends as peculiar associations and 
strong natures could make them. 

The doubting heart of Christobel, for whom the home in 
the wilderness and the uncertainties of the voyage seems to 
have had no attraction, m.ust have been cheered by the warmth 
of her welcome to the new land, and the kindly and hospitable 
efforts in her behalf which surely followed, and one can readily 
believe that in time her steadfast heart became almost as firmly 
attached to their new home and coimtr}- as it had before been 
to dear old England, never forgotten in the new attachment. 

She evidently torjk kindly to no new ways without ample 
time for consideration of their merits. Her husband always 
preceded her; she did not become a member of the First 
Church until six months after his admission to the same. But 
that the "heart of her husband did safely trust in her even 
to the end," is assured by the peculiarly respectful, considerate, 
and affectionate terms and provisions of his will ; testifying to 
his confidence in her excellent judgment v.-hen her decisions 
were reached — and one time more he went before her, taking 
lea'.'e f'.»r the Better Counrr}', some six \-ears before the time of 
her departure there^^r. 



20 GENEALOGY OF 

[Gathered from Winthrop's and Trumbull's Histories. ] 

In the beginning of 1630 a church was gathered at Plymouth, England, 
(if persons who intended to come to North America in order to enjoy ci\-il 
and reli'^^ous privileges. Some time before the 20th of March just as they 
were about to embark for New England, upon a day of solemn fasting and 
prayer, they were f(n-med into a Congregational church at the new hospital 
at Plymouth. They then made choice of Rev. John Warham and Rev. John 
Maverick to be their pastor and teacher. They were ordained or re-installed 
to the care of this particular church. The famous Mr. White of Dorches- 
ter, preached on this occasion. Mr. Warham had been a noted minister in 
E.Keter. the capital of the county of Devonshire. They sailed from Ply- 
mouth, Elngland, on the 20th of March, 1630, in the Mary and John, a ship 
of 400 tons which had on board 140 persons and arrived at Nantasket, (^now 
iluil) Mass., on the 30th of May. The next day Captain Squeb, the master 
of the vessel, put them and their goods on shore and left them to shift for 
themseh-es notwithstanding his engagement to bring them up the Charles 
river. (The captain was afterwards obliged to pay damages for this con- 
duct. ) But by the assistance of some of the old planters they obtained a 
lx)at and proceeded up the Charles river to the place since called Water- 
to wn. Here they landed their goods and erected a shelter to cover them, 
but as they had many cattle and found a neck of land at Mattapan, atford- 
yv.'^ good accommodations for them they all removed to this place and began 
a >vttlement there in the early part of June. They named the place Dor- 
cliester because many of them came from a town of that name in England. 
They were chiefly from the counties of Devonshire, Dorsetshire and Som.er- 
>-hire. They were a very godly and religious people and many of them. 
jKTsons of note and figure, being signified with the title of Mr., which few 
•r. those days were. Some of the principal men were Mr. Rosseter, Mr. 
Lu'Huw, Mr. Glover, Mr. Woicott. Mr. Gallop and others. It seems that 
ir.any of these people were trading men and at first designed Dorchester for 
a pace of c()mmerce, but the channel being poor and the landing difficult, 
.i:v-\ Bo-ton and Charlestown harbor far from commodious, they desisted from 
t;;at design and many of them moved afterwards to Boston and other places. 

In the summer of 1635, Rev. John Warham removed with his congrega- 
tion to Windsor, Conn., and. began the settlement of that town. 

Rev. Ebenezer Ros.se ter, great grandson of Mr. Edward Rosseter, who 
came to Dorchester with Mr. Warham, was ordained over First Congrega- 
tional church at Stoningtonin 1722, and continued there till his death in 1762. 

Matthew Grant, the ancestor of General U. S. Grant, was also a pas- 
senger on the "Mar\- and John, " and removed \\-ith Mr. Warham to Wind- 
"^(r. Conn. * 

Children : 
*2 John, b. in England. .. ' ,^ . -s-. 

*3 JuA.N, b. " •^*^ "*"' ; -'• ; 

*4 Samlel, b. " '"'" 

*5 Nath.vniel, b. 

• ■ ,1. K.-v'^i.T'^'^if.''!''" '■'*'" "ther minister.s who came over in the "Marv and John," in 
'" Ke> . John \, Uson and Rev. George Philips. 



THE ROYAL DESCENT 

OF 

MRS. HANNAH LAKE GALLUP. 



This chart is copied from a book recently published by Charles 
H. Browning, of Philadelphia, entitled ".Americans of Royal Descent," 
including prominent New England families, among them the Gallup 
family, whose lineage is traced through various noble and royal lines 
back to the house of Charlemagne. 

1. Charlemagne, Emperor of the West, born .a., d. T4"2, m. Hildegarde, 

third wife, and had 

2. Louis I, King of France, m. .Judith tlie Fair, and liad 
8. Charles II. King of France, in. Ernieiitrudis. and had 
4. Louis II, King of France, m. Adelheid, and had 

o. Charles III. King of France, m. Princess Edgiva, granddaughter of 
Alfred the Great. King of England, and had 

6. Louis IV, King of France, in. a. d. OoO, Princess Gerberga de Saxe, 

daughter of Henry the Fowler, Emperor of Germany, and had 

7. Charles, Duke of Lorraine, eldest son, excluded from tlie tlirone of 

France, who m. first Fionne, daughter of Godefroi d'Ardeniie. 
and had 

8. Gerberge. Countess of Lorraine, who m. Lambert I, Count of ^lons 

and Lorraine, and had 

9. Lambert II, Count of Mons. whom. Ode, ilaugiiter of Gothelon, Count 

of Lorraine, son of Duke Charles, son of Louis IV, ami had 
10. Henry II, Duke of Brabant, m. Adela of Tlmringia, and had 
IL Godfred I, Duke of Lower Lorraine, Brabant and Lotlier, m. Ida, 
— daughter of Albert, third Count de Namur; also m. Sophia, 

daughter of Henry IV. Emperor of Germany, his daughter. 
12. Adelicia,the Fair ^Maid of Brabant, second wife and widow of Ilenrj' 

I, King of England, who m. secondly William d'Albini, Earl of 

Susse.x and ArnndMl and iiad dl. llTOi 

l-'>. Wiliiaui. -f-' on.l Karl of Aniii<hd. who ni. Maud St. HilHaiio. vvid.iw 

of Ii..g^-r dl- Ci;n-e. tliird K.irl ot Ih-ri'n-'i . and l,ati ■!. 1--J-2: 

I4-. Wdliaui. third l-^arl i^f Arundid and Earl <>( Sussex, wiio in. -Mal)ili 

de Meschines, daughter of Hugh ile Cybelisk (Wales), hfth Earl 

of Chester, and had 



15. Lady Mabel d'Albini, who m. Robert de Tatteshall and had 

16. Emma de Tatteshall, who m. Osbertde Cailly, son of Adam de Cailly, 

Lord of tlie Court Manors, and had 

17. Sir Hugh de Cailly. Lord of Owby Manor, who m. Agnes, daughter of 

Hamo de Hamsled, and had 

18. Sir William de Cailly, Lord of Owby Manor, who m. Catherine 

and had 

19. John de Cailly, Lord of Owby Manor, High Sheriff of Norfolk and 

Suffolk, who m. Maud . and had 

20. John Cayley, Lord of Normanton, who had 

21. William Cayley, Lord of Normanton, who had 

22. Jennet Cayley, sole heir, wlio m. John Lake, Lord of Manor of Nor- 

manton, and had 

23. John Lake, of Normanton, who m. Jane, daughter of Robert Drakes, 

of Yorkshire, and had 

24. John Lake, of Normanton, who had 

2o. Lancelot Lake, of Normanton, who m. Margaret, daughter of Henry 
and Elizabeth Twisleton, and had 

26. John Lake, of Normanton, who m. Catherine, daughter of John 

Pecke, of Wakefield, and had 

27. Lancelot Lake, of Normanton. who m. Emma, daughter of Robert 

Northend, of Halifax, Yorkshire, and had 

28. John Lake, of Erby, Lincolnshire, who m. Osgarby, and had 

2y. Richard Lake, of Erby, who m. secondly Anna Morellj', of Claxby, 

Lincolnshire, by whom he had 

30. John Lake, of Erin-, who m. Margaret, daugiiter of Colonel Eilmund 

Read, of Wickford, Essex, and had 

31. Hannah Lake, who m. Capt. John Gallup. Jr., of Stonington, Con- 

necticut. 



GALLUP FA^SIILY. 21 



SECOND GENERATION. 



JOHN' GALLUP, {John' ) son of John and Christobel Gal- 
lup, was bom in England, and came to this country in 1633. 
He married in 1643, at Boston, Hannah Lake, daughter of John 
and Margaret Lake. Madam Margaret Lake was the daughter 
of Edmund Read, Esq., of Wickford, Essex county, England, 
and sister of Elizabeth Read, who married John Winthrop, jr.. 
Governor of Connecticut. In early life he showed signs of the 
bravery which afterwards distinguished him as an Indian war- 
rior. It is supposed he was with his father and assisted him in 
the capture of John Oldham's vessel, off Block Island. With 
Massachusetts forces he engaged with his father in the Pequot 
war and bore himself so bravely that the General Court of Con- 
necticut in 167 1 gave him a grant of 100 acres of land. He 
came to New London in 1650 or '51. The following extracts 
are from Miss Calkin's History of New London: 

" Before the end of the municipal year Febuary 25, 1650-1, we find the 
names of John Gallup and Mrs. Lake and others, all applicants for house 
lots. " 

■■Qn the town street, east of Stallion and Bayley. a lot of ample 'li- 
mensions was laid out to John Gallup, eight acres in the very heart of the 
town covering the space east of the town street to the beach and extending 
north from State street to Federal. " 

In the colonial records at Hartford may be found the fol- 
lowing: 

Febmary 9, 1652-3, John Gallup in consideration and with respect unto 
the services his father hath done for the country, hath given him up the 
river of Mistick, v.-hich side he will 300 acres of upland. 

February 6, 1653-4, John Gallup, hath given him a further addition to 
his land at Mistick, 150 acres, which he accepts of and acknowledgeth him- 
self satisfyde for what lands he formerly laide claim unto upon the general 
neck as a gift of his father's, which as he .saith was given to his father by 
tieneral Stoughton after the Pequott war. 



22 GENEALOGY OF 

Having these large grants of land he removed with his 
family in 1654 to the east side of the Mystic river, now Stoning- 
ton, where he had taken up the land granted him. He was 
one of the early settlers of that town. His homestead place 
was bounded on the west by Mystic river, south by Captain 
Stanton's homestead place and Captain Denison's land, east 
by Denison's land and the town lots, and on the north by 
Robert Park's land. He represented the town at the General 
Court in 1665 and 1667. He was also an Indian interpreter. 
When King Philip's war broke out, although he was over sixty, 
age had not quenched his martial ardor. New London county 
having raised seventy men under Captain John Mason of Nor- 
wich, Captain Gallup joined with him at the head of the 
Mohegans. These troops forming a junction with those of the 
other colonies, were engaged in the fearful swamp fight at 
Narragansett, December 19, 1675, (within the limits of the 
present town of South Kingston, R. I.) 

In storming this fort he led his men bravely forward and 
was one of the six captains who fell in this memorable fight. 
A complete victory was here gained over the savage foe, but 
with great loss of life on both sides. Capt. Gallup was a brave 
and valuable officer and was loved and respected by his men. 

The division made of his estate by order of the County 
Court was to the widow, ^Tioo; to the oldest son John, ^137; 
to Benadam, j£()o ; to William and Samuel, each ^""89 ; to the 
five daughters, ^70 each. Mrs. Hannah Gallup had also a large 
grant of land from the General Court in consideration of her 
great loss. 

' Children : 

* 6 Ha.nnah, b. at Boston, Sept. 14, 1644. m. Stephen Gifford of Nor- 
wich, Ct., June 18, 1672. 

Henry Hodges of Taun- 
ton, Dec. 17, 1674. 



Peter Crary of Groton, 

Dec. 31, iC--- 

Henry Stevens of Sion- 

in,i;ton. 

John Cole, schoolmaster 

of Boston. 

Joseph Culver of Groton. 



7 


John, b. 




8 


Esther, b. 


N. London, Mch. 24, 1653. 


9 


Benaua.m, b. 


Stonington, 1655. 


lO 


William, 


1658 


II 


Sami.el, 




12 

r • 


CuKlsrOHKL, 

Kl.lZAiiF. Ill, 




14 


Makv, 




15 


Makciakkt, 











u -^ 



S.CC .V-i,---) w */-"'•■•'. '■' 






t..., -7 



GALLUP FAMILY. 23 

MRS. HANNAH [Lake) GALLUP, came to this country 
with her mother, in the ship Abigail, arriving October 6, 1635, 
after a passage of ten weeks. 

Mrs. ^rargaret Lake, with her daughters Hannah and 
Martha, accompanied her sister Elizabeth ( Read ) Winthrop, 
the new wife of Gov. John Winthrop, Jr., who returned to 
America in this ship with commissions from Lord's Say, 
Brook and others. She left a son in England who never came 
to America. 

As this was the first marriage in the male line of the emi- 
grant ancestors, of the Gallop family, which took place in this 
country, and the commencement of the American line of 
descent, the lineage of the wife is here given : 

ANCESTRY OF HANNAH (LAKE) GALLOP: 

John Lake, the father of Hannah (Lake) Gallop descended from the 
Lakes of Normantown, Yorkshire, who claimed descent through the Cailleys, 
from the Albinis, Earls of Anmdel and Sussex, from the Counts of Lou- 
vaine, ( the right line of Charlamagne) and from William the Conquerer. 

Margaret (Read) Lake, mother of Hannah (Lake) Gallop, born in 
England, was the daughter of Edmund Read of Wickford, Esse.x County. 
Margaret ( Read ) Lake of Wickford, died in Ipswich, Mass., 1672. 

The youngest sister of ]\I?rgaret Lake, was the secima wire 
of Gov. John Winthrop, Jr., and the mother of all his children. 

Martha Epps, her eldest sister (widow) married for her 
second husband. Deputy Governor Samuel Symonds, of 
Ipswich, Mass. 

Thomas Read, the brother who came to this country and 
settled at Salem, Mass., where he was an ensign; returned to 
England, and entered Cromwell's army, was made a colonel, and 
assisted General Monk in the restoration of Charles IL, wiis 
placed in command of vSterling Castle. 

Martha, the second daughter of Margaret Lake, married 
Thomas Harris of Ipswich, Mass., November 15, 1647. 

John Lake, the husband of Margaret, never came to this 
country, died in England. 

Margaret Lake died in Ipswich, Mass, 1672. Her will and 
inventory of her estate are in the appendix. 



24 



GENEALOGY OF 



JOAN- [Jo/m^), daughter of John of Masteme and Christo- 
bel Gallup, born in England, married Thomas Joy, in 1637, in 
Boston, Mass. 

Children : 



■'J.-.V- 



Samlel 


Joy 


, b. 


in Boston 


Dec. 


26, 


1639. 


John- 




b. 




Sept. 


to, 


I64I. 


Thomas 




b. 




Jan. 


3. 


1643. 


Joseph 




b. 




Feb. 


I, 


1645. 


Ephraim 




b. 




Dec. 


7i 


1646. 


Benjamin- 




b. 




March 


12, 


1650. 


Elizabeth 




b. 




Nov. 


7. 


1654 


Rlth 




b. 




Feb. 


2S, 


165S 



4 

SAMUEL' GALLUP {Jo1l?i'), son of John and Christobel 
Gallup, was bom in England, came to this country in 1633, 
married Mary Philips, at Boston, November 20, 1650. He lived 
at Boston, and was a sea captain. Died before 1670. 

Children : 

16 Mary, b. Dec. 4, 165 1. 

17 Hannah, b. Sept. 3, 1654. 

18 Samuel, b. Feb. 14, 1656. 
rg Mehitabel, b. April 5, 1659. 
20 Abaii^ail, b. June 27, 1664. 

[Samuel \vas a sea captain, commanded a transport, and perished in 
the disastrous expedition to Canada under Si:- William Phips, in it'.-^o. Bv 
his death the male line of this family became extinct.] 



NATHANIEL^ GALLUP {John'), son of John and Chris- 
tobel Gallup, was bom in England, came to this country in 
1633. He married Margaret Eveley, at Boston, April u, 1652, 
and lived in Boston. He died before 1670. 



Children : 



21 Nathaniel, 

'^22 Joseph, 

•'23 Benjamin, 

24 Mary, 



b. June 14, 1658. 

b. March 20, 1661. 

b. Jan. 3, 1664. 

b. June 25, 1668. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 2o 



HANNAH' GALLUP {JoIin\ John'), dauo;her of John and 
Hannah (Lake) Gallup, born at Boston. SeptenitSer 14, 1644. 
Married Stephen Gilford, of Norwich, Conn., as his second 
wife, June 18, 1672. 

Children : 

T ^ ( m. Martha Gallup, dautrhter of John 

JOHN GlFFORD, < j T-<1- u ^u u /- ii 

■' ( and Ebzabeth Harris Gallup. 

Ruth 

Stephen 

Aquili-a 



-^^-1^-^^ 



THIRD GEXERATIOX. 



JOHN' GALLUP {John\ John'), son of John and Hannah 
(Lake) Gallup, was born in 1646. He married Elizabeth Harris, 
of Ipswich, Mass., in 1675, daughter of Thomas and Martha 
Lake Harris, and grand-daughter of Madame Margaret Lake. 
She was bom at Ipswich, Februar\' 8, 1654. He settled in 
Stonington, where his father had large grants of land from the 
General Court, in consideration of his services to the country in 
the Indian wars. -^ He represented the town in the General 
Court iri 1685, 1696, 1697, 1698. He served with his father in 
Philips war, and was probably with him at the Narragansett 
swamp fight. He was on friendly terms with the Indians, and 
often acted as their interpreter. In 1701 a committee was 
appointed to find out and renew the bounds of the Winthrop 



26 GENEALOGY OF 

land purchase, at Plainfield, Conn. This committee consisted 
of prominent men of the town, and a large number of Indians 
who served as guides. John Gallup acted as interpreter for the 
Indians. He owned land in Plainfield, but never removed 
there to live. He died April 14, 1735. 

Children : 
*25 John, b. 1676. 

*26 Thomas, bapt. 1682. 

27 M.ARTHA, bapt. April 2, 1633, m. John Gifford, Norwich, Conn. 
*2S Samukl, bapt. Oct. 9, 16S7. 

29 Elizabeth bapt. Julj-, 14, 16S9. 
*3o Nathaniel, bapt. July, 4, 1692. 

31 WiLLL\M. bapt. May 26, 1695, d. at Voluntown, Aug. i5, 1735. 
*32 Benjamin, bapt. Nov. i, 1696. 



ESTHER' GALLUP (/o/in\ John'), daughter of John and 
Hannah (Lake) Gallup, bom at New London, Conn., March 
24, 1653. Married Henry Hodges, son of William and Mary 
(Andrews) Hodges, of Taunton, Mass. He died September 
30. 1717- 

Mary Hodges 

Esther 

Wh.llvm 

Chariiy 

Henry 

Benjamin 

JosErii 

Joh.n " m. Hannah Morton 



BENADAM' GALLUP {JohH\ John'), son of John and 
Hannah (Lake) Gallup, born in Stonington, Conn., 1655, married 
H-thcr Prentice, daughter of John and Esther Prentice, of New 
L''r;!i>in, Conn., who was 1/orn July 20, 1660. They were both 
members of the Congregational Church of Stonington. He 
died August 2, 1727, aged 72. His wife died May iS, 1751, 
aged 92. The inventory of his estate amounted to ^583 13s. 7d. 
Xu will has been found. 





Children : 


b. 


jeb. 3, 1676. 


b. 


Feb. 17, 167S. 


b. 


March 16, 16S0, lived in Taunton 


b. 


April 5, 16S2. 


m. 


Sarah Leonard. 


m. 




m. 


Bethiah "Wiihams. 



GALLtrP FAMILY. 27 

Cliildren: 

*33 Hannah, b. May 22, 16S3, m. Wm. Wheeler, May 30, 1710, d. 1754. 

34 Esther, b. 16S5, m. Jos. Stanton, Westerly, d. 1752. 

*35 Mercy, b. 1690, m. Wm. Dennison, May 10, 1710, d. 1725. 
*36 Benadam, b. 1693- 
*37 Joseph, b. 1695. 

38 Margaret, b. 1698, m. Nathaniel Gallup, June 4, 1717, d. 1761. 
*39 Ll'cy, b. 1701, m. Geo. Dennison, June 4, 1717, d. 1793. 



10 

Lieut. WILLIAM^ GALLUP {John\ John') son of John 
and Hannah Lake Gallup, was born at Stonington, in 1658, 
married Sarah Cheesebrough, whose father was Samuel Cheese- 
brough, of Rehoboth, Mass., one of the early settlers of 
Stonington, January 4, 1687. He was one of the most prom- 
inent men in the history of the town, was active in his etforts 
to promote and advance its prosperity. He represented the 
town in the General Court for ten years, first in 1703, and after- 
wards from 1 70S to 17 17. In Miss Lamed's History of Wind- 
ham County there is a mention of him at Plainfield, in the early 
settlement of that town. He owned a large tract of land there 
near the school house, now known as the Whitehall school 
house. But it is not probable that he ever removed his family 
there to live. He was admitted to the First Congregational 
Church of Stonington, April iS, 1689. He died at Stonington, 
May 15, 1731. His wife died, September 9, 1729. They are 
both buried in the Whitehall burying ground. 

The following from the Providence Journal^ published a few 
years ago, gives an idea of his character and the esteem in 
which he was held at that time : 

"Of the broad spirit and good cheer among the best settlers of Stoning- 
ton, Conn. , we may give a story as furnished by Mrs. L. F. Denison (now 90 
years of age), as she received it in early life from the lips of relatives, who 
proudly cherished the family tradition as descriptive of a golden day in the 
town's historj-. A marriage occurred in the family of Mr. William Gallup, 
who lived in the best of style, for his day. on his ample estate on the left 
bank of the .Mystic River, his mansion house being on the present White 
Hall fanii, above Elm (rrove Cemfctery, the tine mansion probably ruLeiving 
the old English name. White Hall. His daughter. Temperance, was 
married to the Rev. William Worthington, one of the first ministers in the 
northern portion of the township. As a measure of affluence had sprung 



28 GENEALOGY OF 

from the \-irg^n soil of the valley, and colonial life was blooming into a de- 
gree of luxury and taste befitting the inherited qualities of the Puritan 
planters, the wedding was made to comport with the dignity of the large 
plantation and the blood of the families to be united. Mr. Gallup extended 
an invitation to the settlers of the town to be present at the nuptuals. 
Arrangements broad and generous were accordingly made. Field and fold, 
stall and cellar, purse and pantn,-. were widely opened. The day chosen 
September 20, 1726, a golden autumn day in a prospered year. The in%-ita- 
tion was honored. By roads and bridle paths came saddles and pillions 
with gayest riders in old English costume, as high civic and military' rank 
belonged to the family whose great mansion doors now stood ajar. With 
the settlers and their families came also the friendly remnant of the Pequot 
Indians, then occupying reserved lands in the northern portion of the town. 
Mr. Gallup found himself more popular than he had supposed. The 
Pequots were his friends and admirers, and had an inherited relish for large 
and abundant feasts. The guests of rank filled the mansion, and the glad 
ceremony was duly performed, to the joy of all parties. But Mr. Gallup 
was compelled to explain to his aboriginal friends, and asked them to visit 
him the next day, when they should receive his attention and find full proof 
of his hospitality. As they wound their way back to their wng^vams m open 
Indian file after their native manner, the line extended from the Gallup 
mansion well on to the head of the river, nearly a mile. On the following 
day the Pequots retunied. plumed and mantled in their best, and closed the 
festive scenes by sharing all that had been promised them. None went 
away hungry or thirsty. Mr. Gallup's father was the brave Captain John 
Gallup, who led the friendly Mohegans in King Philip's war, and fell at 
their head during the great swamp right in South Kingston, R. I., Decem- 
ber 19, 167;. The family of his daughter Temperance became conspicuous 
in Connecticut history. One of her grandsons became Governor of the 
State." 

Mrs. Lovina Fish Denison, who furnished the above narra- 
tive, v.-as of the Ga'ilup family, be:n;; a dau.^hter of BridL^-et 
Galhip, who married Sands Fish, and who was a daughter of 
Benadam and Bridget Palmer Gallup of the sixth g-eneration. 
She died July 22, 1,^90, at the age of 96. 

Children : 
bapt Feb. 24, i6S3, m. Andrew Stanton. 
bapL April 7, 1695, m. Deacon John Noyes. 
bapL April 24, 169S, 
bapL May 23, 1701, m. Rev. Wm. Worthington. 

12 

CHRISTOBEL^ (rALLUP (>//;/-•, >/^;/') daughter of John 
and tlannah (Lake) Gallup, date of birth unkn^jwn. ^[arried 
Peter Crary of Groton. December 31, 1677. 



40 


S.\R.\H. 


41 


M.\RV, 


42 


H.\.N.N.\H. 


U3 


Tkmper.vnce 



GALLUP FA3IILY. 29 

Children : 

Peter Crakv, bapt. April 30, 16S2. 

Christorel •• bapt. April 30, 16S2. 

Margaret " bapt Aug. 20, 16S2. 

John " bapt. Aug. S, 16S6. 

William " bapL Nov. 6, 16S7. 

Peter " bapt. May 11, i6go. 

H.\nnah " bapt. July 17. 1692. 

13 

ELIZABETH' GALLUP {John,' John'), daughter of John 

and Hannah (Lake) Gallup. Married Henry Stevens, of 

Stonington. 

Children : 

Thomas Stevens, bapt. Feb. iS, 1692. 
Richard " bapt. Feb. iS, 1692. 

Henry " bapt. Feb. iS, 1692. 

Elizabeth " bapt. April 22, 1694. 

Lucia " bapt. April 22. 1694. 

14 

MARY' GALLUP {John\ John'), daughter of John and 
Hannah (Lake) Gallup. Married John Cole. 

Children : 
John Cole, William Cole. 

22 

JOSEPH'' \Xathanici\ John'), son of Nathaniel and ^Lir- 
garet Eveley Gallup, was born at Boston, March 20, 1661. He 
married Hannah . 

Children : 

44 Nath.vniel, b. Jan. 14, 16S6. 

45 Hannah, b. Dec. 2. 1688. 

23 

BENJAMIN' GALLUP {Nathanid\ John'), son of Natha- 
niel and Margaret (Eveley) Gallup, born in Boston, January 3, 
1664. Married Hannah Sharp, Ncn'cml^er i, 1694. 

He is probably the one referred to in following account, 
from New England Historical and Genealogical Register. 



30 GENEALOGY OF 

"The Council having been informed that Thomas Hawkins and others 
were acting as pirates, ordered the sloop Restitution, \\'ith forty men, 
Joseph Thaxter, master, to go after them. These pirates took the Ketch 
Mary, of Salem, 9th August, 1639, three leagues from Half-way Rock. 
They captured the brig Merrimack, of NewburN'port, on the 2 2d, in Vine- 
yard Sound. Then Captain Samuel Pease was sent after them in the sloop 
Mary of Boston. He came up with, and fought one, in ' Martin Vineyard 
Sound.' They killed Captain Pease, and wounded .some of his crew, but 
were taken bv his Lieutenant, Benjamin Gallop, and in October brought to 
Boston, where four of them belonged. They .were condemned to die, but 
reprieved. Among them was the notorious pirate. Tom Pound, who was 
afterward hung in chains on the (then) island, ' Nix }klate,' in Boston 

Harbor." 

Children : 

46 H.^N.NAH, b. Sept. 20, 1694. 

47 Be.nj.\.mi.n, b. Nov. II, 169S. 



■^^-i^-^^ 



FOURTH GEXERATIOK 



25 

Captain JOHN^ GALLUP {/o//n\ Jolin\ John'), son of John 
and Elizabeth Harris Gallup, was bom at Stonington, Conn., 
1675. Married Elizabeth Wheeler, of Stonington, in 1709, 
daughter of Isaac and Martha Park Wheeler, and grand- 
daughter of Thomas Wheeler, who was born in England in 
1602. and came to this country in 1630. She was bom May 22. 
16S5. He removed to Vcjluntown aijout 17 10, and was <jne of 
the early .settlers of that town, taking up a large tract of land 
there, which remains in the Gallup family to this time, 1891. 
[History of Windham County]. At the first town meeting held 



GALLUP FAINULY. 31 

in the town, June 20, 1 721, he was chosen one of the Selectmen. 

His name is mentioned in all important transactions of the 

town. He was active in securing religious privileges for the 

early settlers, giving three acres of land as a site for a meeting 

house and burial ground, and was one of a committee to build 

a house of worship. He was chosen one of the ruling elders of 

the first church formed in the town, which was Presbyterian. 

He was chosen captain of the first military company organized 

in Voluntown, in 1726. A copy of his commission may be 

found in the Appendix. He died December 29, 1755. His 

wife, Elizabeth Gallup died April 14, 1735. From his will it 

appears that he contracted a second marriage, but no record of 

it has been found. 

Cfiildren : 

2, 1710, d. Feb. 10, 1734. 
24, 1712. 

9, 1 714, m. Zachary Frink. 

, „ \ Thomas Dousrlass, 

3. 1716. m. -^ T & ' 
•^ ' ' January 4, 1737. 

29, 1719. m. Manuel Kinne, 1741. ^-^^ 

March 22, 1721. m. John Reed, 1744. 

9, 1724- 

26 

THOMAS* GALLUP (/p/in\ JoJin\ John'), son of John 
and Elizabeth Harris Gallup, was baptized at Stonington, Conn., 
April 30, 1682. [Voluntown Town Records]. "Thomas 
Gallup and Hannah French were lawfully joined in marriage 
the 4th day of January, 1721-22, by Captain Thomas "Williams, 
Justice of the Peace." Jle probably came to Voluntown with 
his brother John, or soon after, and was a large land holder 
there. His name is appended to a call to the first minister of 
Voluntown, Rev. Samuel Dorrance, April 17, 1723. He also 
gave liberally for his support. He left no children. 

28 

SAMUEL' GALLUP {JoJin', John\ John'), son of John and 
Elizabeth Harris Gallup, was born at Stonington, baptized 
October 9, 1687. He married Mehitable Blount, May 11, 1727. 
He owned land at Voluntown, and his name is found among 



4S William, 


b. at 


Voluntown, 


Sept. 


49 ISA.A.C, 


b. 


" 


Feb. 


■■50 Elizabeth, 


b. 


" 


April 


■■51 Martha, 


b. 


" 


Sept. 


52 Hannah, 


b. 


" 


Jan. 


53 Dorothy, 


b. 


" 


Marcl 


^54 John, 


b. 


" 


June 



32 GENEALOGY OF 

those who sioqied the formal call to the first minister. He 

also subscribed five pounds money and a cow and calf as a free 

gift to the prospective minister, over and above his proportion 

raised by the vote of the town. But it is not probable that he 

ever removed his family there to live, as he is mentioned in 

his father's will as living with him and taking care of him. He 

and his wife, Mehitable, united with the first church in Stoning- 

ton, May ii, 1729. 

Children : 

55 Ei.iz.\BETH, b. Dec. 26, 172S 

56 Mehitable, b. Feb. 21, 1733 
*57 M.\RY, b. Jan. 28, 1737 

58 Priscill.\. bapt July 20, 1740 

59 Mercy, 
60 



An.na, ' C ^^"°S' ^^P^- J"°e 2, 1745 



30 

NATHANIEL* GALLUP {[ohn\ /ohn\ JoJin\) son of 
John and Elizabeth Harris Gallup, was born at Stonington, 
1692. He married Margaret Gallup, daughter of Benadam and 
E.sther Prentice Gallup, June 4, 1717. He and his wife were 
admitted to the first church of Stonington, July 20, 17 18. He 
died April 3, 1739. His wife died ^Larch 2, 1761. 

Children : 

**>i N AT H A.MEL, b. April 2g, 1 71 8. 

*62 J'.HN. b. Jan. 29, 1720. 

( ;. T)ioM\>, b. April 19, 1722, d. young. 

'i^ Mkkiv. b. April 7, 1725. m. 'William Whipple. Dec. 2, 1742. 

*'•: Tn-Mv-, b. Aug. 26, 1727. 

((■ .Mak.,aket, b. Oct. 12, 1730, m. Isaac Gallup, March 29, 1749. 

67 Makiha, b. July 30, 1733. 

♦6S Be.njamln-, b. July 26, 1736. .". - -'' T .- -^' 

32 

BENJAMIN* GALLUP {Jo}in\ John\ John'), son of John 
and Elizabeth Harris Gallup, was baptised at Stonington, 
November i, 1696. He was married at Voluntown, May 22, 
1735, to Theody Parke, by Rev. Samuel Dorrance. He was 
admitted as an inhabitant of Voluntown, in 1736, and was made 
a freeman April 8, 1740. 



GALLUP FA3IILY. 33 

Children : 

at Voluntown, July 30, 1737. 
1739- 

" m. Tow-nley. 

t John removed to Dalton, Mass., about 1770, left Dalton before 1800, and probably 
went to western Xew York. "" 



69 


UZZIEL, 


b. 


•70 


Benjamin, 


b. 


71 


John, \ 


b. 


72 


Mary, 


b. 



33 

HANNAH^ GALLUP {Benadaui\ John\ John') daughter of 
Benadam and Esther (Prentice) Gallup, bom at Stonington, 
May 22, 1683, married William Wheeler, May 30, 17 10, died 



> w:)-*- 








Childreti : 






Hannah 


W 


HEELER, 


b. 


Jan. 


12, 1712, 


m. 


Simeon Miner 


Isaac 






b. 


Jan. 


24, 1714. 






Anna 






b. 


Dec. 


23. 1715- 






Martha 






b. 


April 


23, 1717. 






Dorothy 






b. 


March 


1721. 






Esther 






b. 


Feb. 


1723- 






ElNICE 






b. 


July 


3. 1727- 







The descendants of Hannah (Gallup) Wheeler are numerous 
in the vicinity of Wilkes Barre, Pa. Some record of them has 
recently been obtained in time to be included here in an 
abbreviated form. Among them are Hon. Charles A. Miner 
and ]Mrs. Wm. H. McCartney. Their line is given thus: 

Hannah Gallup, daughter of Benadam and Esther (Prentice) 
Gallup, born at Stonington, ]\Iay 22, 1683; married May 30, 
1 7 10, William Wheeler, son of Isaac and Martha (Park) 
Wheeler; baptized, December 18, 1681. Their daughter, 
Hannah Wheeler, born January 5, 17 12. married, March 10,1731, 
Simeon Miner, born May 4, 1708, son of Lieutenant Ephraim 
Miner. Their daughter, Hannah Miner, born December 10, 
1731, married May 16, 1751, Constant Searle, bom June 17, 
1728, in Little Compton, R. L They removed to Pennsylvania. 
He was killed in the battle of Wyoming, July 3, 1778. His 
wife died August 16, 18 13, at Pittston, Pa. Their son, William 
Searle, born December 2, 1751, at Stonington, Conn., married 
Phiolena Heermans, bom February 21, 1755, at Stonington, 
Conn., rem(A-ed to Pennsylvania, was wounded while scouting 
the day before the battle of Wyoming, afterwards acted as 
3 



34 GENEALOGY OF 

escort for fugitives under passport from Colonel J. Stroud, 
died at Pittston, Pa., January 21. 1817. His wife died July 11, 
1806, at Pittston. Their daughter, Abigail Searle, born 1780, 
married July 14, 1799, Stephen Abbott, bom April 29, 1771- at 
Plains, Pa., son of John Abbott, who was killed in the battle of 
Wyoming, 'died July 22, 1853. His wife died June 2, 1842. 

Their daughter. Eliza x\bbott, born , married January 3, 

1826, Robert Miner, born August 17, 1S05, at Doylestown, Pa., 
died'at Wilkesbarre, Pa., December 9. 1842, wife died August iS, 
1846. Their son, Charles Abbott Miner, born August 30, 1830, 
at Plains, Pa., married January 19, 1853, Eliza Ross Atherton, 
daughter of Elisha (son of James, Jr., and grandson of James 
Ath'erton. one of the original settlers of Wyoming), and 
Caroline Ann Ross, daughter of General William Ross, senator 
and early settler, and now of Wilkesbarre, Pa. Has been in 
legislature several terms, is vice president of bank, and mem- 
ber of Grand Army of the Republic. 

Children : 
Elizabeth. 

AsHER, m. Hetty McNair Lonsdale, in busines.s. 
Sidney R., graduate of Harvard, A.B., a lawyer. 

Charles Howard, B. S. of Princeton, N. J., now at Medical School, 
University of Pennsylvania. 

Mrs. Wm. H. McCartney's line is the same as that of Hon. 
Charles A. Miner, down to Hannah Miner. Hannah Miner 
married Constant Searle (-as above). May 16, 1751. Their chil- 
dren were William, bom December 2, 1751; Hannah, born 
January 25, 1754, married Nathan Dayton Miner, born March 
'17, 1756; Elizabeth, bom March 4. 1757, married Captain 
Hewitt, who commanded a company home troops, and was 
killed in the battle of Wyoming; Constant, born October 7, 
1759, was in Revolutionary War, died August 4, 1804; Rogers, 

bora August 13, 1762; Ruth, born March i, 1765, married 

Crar>% of Stonington, Conn.; Sarah, born September 19, 1768, 
married Jeddiah Collins. 

Rogers Searie, born August 13, 1762. in Preston, Conn., 
named from his paternal great grandmother, Sarah Rogers, 
great granddaughter of Thomas of the Mayfl(Aver, was a lead- 
ing Methodist and captain of a company of militia m 1796, 



15f;0893 

GALLUP FAilLLY. 35 

married Catharine Scott, bom April 13, 1762. He died June 
19, 1813. Their son, Leonard Searle, born November 7, iSoS, 
in Pittston, Pa., married October 23, 1832, Lydia Dimock, born 
July II, 181 1, who died July 24, 18S1, at Montrose, Pa. He 
died December 31, 1880. His children are Davis Dimock 
Searle, born March 25, 1836, unmarried; Katharine Elizabeth, 
born May 17, 1838; Josephine, bom November 4, 1840, married 
Benjamin S. Bentley, September 5, i860; Kittie, born Septem- 
ber 4, 1848; Leonard, Jr., bom November 6, 1850. 

Child of Benjamin S. and Josephine Searle Bentley, Lorine, 
bom April 6, 1862. 

Katherine Elizabeth Searle, born ^May 17, 1838, married 
September 25, 1872, General Wm. H. ^McCartney, is now of 
Wilkesbarre, Pa., is president of the Chapter of the Daughters 
of the Revolution of that state. * 

Children : 

Eleanor Amanda McCartney, b. Sept. 21, 1S73. 
William Henry, Jr., " b. Dec. 25, iSys. 

General Wm. H. McCartney was in the late civil war. He 
was captain of a Massachusetts battery, and went with the first 
call for troops for three months ser\-ice, aftenvard raised a 
battery and commanded it. He was attached to Sixth Army 
Corps all throui,'-h the war, and was twice promoted for bravery 
to the rank of briiradier g-eneral. 



34 

ESTHER* GALLUP {Benadam\ John\ John') daughter of 
Benadam and Esther (Prentice) Gallup, bom at Stonington, 
November i, 1685; married Joseph Stanton of Westerly, 



January 5, 1705. 



Children . 



Joseph Stanton, b. April 23, 1707, m. Mary Champlin, Aug. g, 173S. 

Esther " b. 170S, m. Robert Plazard. 

Mary " b. 171 1, m. Peleg Sandford Mason. 

Hannah " b. 1714. m. Dr. Joshua Babcock, Aug. 11, 1735. 

Marly " b. 1716. 

Sarah " b. 1719. ni. Dr. James Babcock. 

Lucy " b. Sept. 22, 1722, m. Christopher Champlin, Aug. 19, 1756. 



36 GENEALOGY OF 

35 

MERCY* GALLUP {Bcnadam\ John\ John'), daug^hter of 
Benadam and Esther (Prentice) Gallup, born 1690, married 
William Denison, Jr., May 10, 17 10. She died March 2, 1725, 
aged 35 vears. Wm. Denison, Jr., was son of William and 
Sarah (Stanton) Denison, born March 24, 1687, and died 
February 24, 1724, ag-ed 37. They lived in Stonington; his 
estate inventoried ^2,479 i"^^- ^d. 

Children : 

Mercy Denison, b. Jan. 25, 1711. m. Hubbard Burrows, May 28, 1730. 

Sar.-\h " b. July 2, 1 712, m. Elisha Niles. 

Esther " b. Feb. 6, 1714, m. Jonathan Wheeler, March i, 1732. 

\ViLLi.\M " b. Dec. 9, 1716, m. Prudence Denison. June 23, 1737. 

Hann.\h " b. April 19, 1719, d. March 21, 1721. 

^ , c ^ ^ < I- Anna Swan, d. Nov. 29, 17;!, 

Ben.adam " b. Sept. 6, 1720, m. -^ ^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ j^^.^^^. penison. 

JoN.xTHAN " b. May 12, 1722, m. Martha Williams. 

Nathan " b. Feb. 11, 1724. 

36 

Lieutenant BENADAM* GALLUP {Bciiadam\ JoJin\ 

Joh)i'), son of Benadam and Esther Prentice Gallup, was born 

at Groton. Conn., 1693: married Eunice Cobb, January 11, 

1716; died September 30, 1755. aged 63. Eunice, his wife, 

died February i, 1759, aged 63. 

[From Groton Town Records.] 

■'Benadam Gallup. hi< mark for his creturs is two half-pennys on ye 
under side ve right ear, and one-half penny on ye under side ye left, and a 
•^lit on ye top of ye left ear. — June ye 24, 171S." 

Afterward the mark was used by Henry Gallup, his son. 

Children : 



*73 Benadam, 


b. 


Oct 


26, 


1 716. 






74 Esther, 


b. 


Feb. 


24. 


1718, 


m. 


Minor. 


11 f ^-'j^'^^- ' twins, 
7b Lois, \ 


b. 


March 


29. 


1721, 


m. 


French. 


*77 William, 


b. 


July 


4. 


1723. 






*7S Henrv, 


b. 


Oct 


5. 


1725- 






*79 N.\THAN, 


b. 






1727. 






*So Ekenezer, 














*SI TlK.MAs P., 


bapt. July 


28, 


1734- 






*-2 Hannah, 










m. 


Robert 


'3 Sarah. 















/ 



. GALLUP FAinLY. 37 

37 

Captain JOSEPH* GALLUP, {Benadam\ John\ John'), son 
of Benadam and Esther Prentice Gallup, was born at Groton, 
Conn., 1695; married Eunice Williams, February 24, 1720; 
died December 22, 1760, aged 66, and his wife, Eunice, died 
October 24, 1772, aged 71. 

Children : 
15, 1721, m. Amos Denison, of Stonington. 



j John Billings, of Preston, 
( bom Dec. 15, 1732. 



39 

LUCY* GALLUP {Bniadam\ JoJin\ fohn'), daughter, of 
Benadam and Esther (Prentice) Gallup, born at Stonington, 
January 12, 1701, married George Denison, January 6, 171S, 



*S4 Martha, 


b. 


Oct. 


15. 


1721 


*S5 Joseph, 


b. 


Feb. 


21, 


1725 


*S6 Elisha, 


b. 


April 


21, 


1727 


*37 Oliver, 


b. 


March 


28, 


1729 


*S8 William, 


b. 


Jan. 


16, 


1735 


89 El-mce, 


b. 


Oct. 


II. 


173S 


90 Prudence 


b. 


Feb. 


17. 


1742 


91 Lucy, 


b. 


Jan. 


5. 


1747 



died 1793. 



Children : j!^' 



Ann Denison, b. Aug. 6. 1719, d. April 25, 1725. '^ ^k.^,^ f 

Lucy " b. Oct. 13, 1721, d. April 14, 1725. f' "L w ', '^ 

Mercy " b. Aug. 6, 1723, d. July 14, 1724. 

George " b. July g, 1725, m. Jane Smith, Feb. 23, 174S, b. 1731. 

William " b. Jan. 14, 1725, m. Priscilla Fellows. Xov. 29, 1749. 

,, , , . r^ , \ Elisha Gallup, Tan. 28, 1747. son 

Mercy 2d " b. Feb. 24, 1729. m. -j ,^f j^^ ^ Eunice Williams Gallup. 

Esther " b. Sept. 16, 1732, d. Nov. 14, 1754. 

Samuel " b. Feb. 18, 1735, d. Sept. 10, 1754. 

David! " b- Ji^^y 29, 1736, m. Keziah Smith, Dec. 30, 1756. 

t David died Jan. 24, 1808, in Guilford, Vt. His wife died June 28, 1815. 



41 

MARY' GALLUP {Jl'i/ham', Jolin\ John'), daughter of 
William and Sarah (Chesebrough) Gallup, baptized April 7, 
1695, married Deacon John Noyes, 'March r6, 1715. 



I 



GENEALOGY OF 



Children : 

William Noyes, b. April 22 

John " b. May 22 

Joseph " b. April i 

James " b. April 14 

Mary " b. Aug. 14 

Amna " b. April 2 

Joseph " b. Feb. 28 



, 1 716. 


, I7I8. 


. I72I. 


. 1723- 


. 1725- 


, 1729. 


, 1731- 



43 

TEMPERANCE^ GALLUP {\Villiam\ John\ John') 
daughter of William and Sarah (Chesebrough) Gallup, baptized 
May 25, 1 701, married Rev. William Worthinoton, September 
20, 1726, one of the first Congregational ministers in North 
Stonington. Graduated from Yale College, 17 16. His first 
wife, Elizabeth, was the grand-daughter of Major John Mason, 
she died February 23, 1724. The notable colonial wedding at 
William Gallop's, elsewhere described, refers to his second 
marriage. He died at Saybrook, after a long pastorate, 
November 16, 1756. 

Children : 

Elizabeth Worthington, b. Feb. 27, 1728. 

SAR.A.H 

Temperance f " 

Mehitable " 

William " b. Nov. 21, 1740. 

t "Temperance Worthington, daughter of Rev. William and Temperance 
Gallup Worthington, married Rev. Cotton Mather Smith, of Sharon, Conn., 
who was descended from Rev. Har\-ey Smith, a minister of the Gospel, 
in Wethersfield, Conn., who left a paternal estate in England, and an 
eligible position in society, that in this new land he might enjoy the rights 
of conscience. He died in 164S. Kis great grand-son, Samuel Smith. 
Esq., of Suffield, Conn., married _[erusha Mather, daughter of Rev. Cotton 
Mather of Boston, grand-daughter of Rev. Increase Mather, and great 
grand-daughter of Rev. Richard Mather of Dorchester, who fled from 
England for conscience sake. The Rev. John Cotton of Boston was the 
father of the wife of Increase Mather, and thus the great grandfather of 
Mrs. Smith of Suffield. Her son, bom October 16, 1731, she named Cotton 
Mather, and early destined him for the sacred profession of his ancestors. 
At Yale College, where he was graduated in 1751, he was distinguished for 
amiable temper, bodily activity, graceful manners, industry, and elegant 
literature. He was ordained pastor of the church in Sharon, Conn., 
August 23, 1755. This ofhce he held until his death, November 27, i3o6. 



b. 


April 3, 1730. 


b. 


April iS, 1732. 


b. 


Sept. II, 1736. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 39 

Soon after his settlement in Sharon, Mr. Smith married a daugliter of 
Rev. "William Worthington of Saybrook. This lady gladdened the heart of 
her husband, made his household happy and respectable, and added much 
to the efficiency and popularity of his ministry. The children of this 
family were six, the youngest of whom, the only son who became an adult, 
was the Hon. John Cotton Smith, one of the Governors of Connecticut. 
He was also President of the American Bible Society from 1831 to 1045." 

The above is taken from a historical discourse delivered at 
Litchfield, Conn., July 8, 1852, at the centennial of the North 
and South Consociations of Litchfield county, by the late Rev. 
Dr. McEwen of New London, Conn. 



-^-^^ 



FIFTH GEXERATIOX 



49 

Captain ISAAC^ GALLUP, (>////*, /o/ih\ John-, John''), son 
of John and Elizabeth Wheeler Gallup, bom in Voluntown, 
Conn., the part now called Sterling", Feb. 24, 1712. He was 
married to Margaret, daughter of Nathaniel and ^Largaret Gal- 
lup of vStonington, March 29, 1749, by Rev. Ebenezer Rosseter 
of Stonington. She was bom Oct. 12, 1730. He lived on the 
homestead of his father, and took a prominent part in the affairs 
of the town and the church. He represented the town in the 
general court from the year 1768 until 1773. He died Aug. 3, 
1799, aged 88; his wife died Dec. 9, 1S17, aged 88. ^ 



40 



GENEALOGY OF 



*92 John Gallup, 

*93 Elizabeth 

94 Martha 

*95 Nathaniel 

*96 Benadam 

*97 William 

*98 Isaac 

99 Margaret 

^■loo Joseph 



Children : 
b. Dec. 29, 1749. 
b. Jan. 22, 1755, 
b. Feb. 17, 1757, 
b. Dec. 24, 175S. 
b. Nov. 17, 1 761. 
b. April 12, 1764. 
b. Oct. 8, 1766. 
b. Aug. 26, 1768, 
b. March 24, 1772. 

50 



m. Rev. Micaiah Porter, 
m. Benjamin Gallup. 



m. Adam Kasson. 



ELIZABETH^ GALLUP, {John\ John\ John'', John-"), 
daughter of John and Elizabeth (Wheeler) Gallup, bom at 
Voluntown, April 9, 1814, married Zachary Frink. They lived 
at Voluntown and had several children, only one of whom any 
record has been obtained. 

UZZIEL FRINK, b.— — , m. Mrs. Margaret (Frink) Palmer, children: 
Eunice, Susan and Margaret. 
Margaret, m. Asa Dow, son of Ebenezer and Susan Dow, children : 
Susan Dow, m. Har\'ey Kennedv, children: 
John, m. Phebe Gallup; Alfred, a lawyer in Oneida Co.. N. Y. ; 

Margaret Dow, m. Tilest<jn Thayer. 
Uzziel Dow, m. Mary Allen, daughter of Rev. Jacob Allen of Ster- 
ling, Conn., May 30, 1843; she d. July 9, 1843; he d. 1S57. 
Charles Dow, m. Harriet W. Allen, Sept. 14, 1S42, children: Henr>- 
A. b. Aug. 1S49, d. 1S51 ; Charles H. b. Nov. 6, 1S51, m. Lucy M. 
Spalding, April 9, iSSi, editor and publisher, New York city; 
Edward A. b. 1S55, d. iS6r. 
Eliza Dow, m. Thomas Gordon, children : Margaret m. Dr. \'\':iliam 
Lewis of Plainheld, Conn. ; Henr>' and Thomas, both of Oneida, 
N. Y. 

51 

MARTHA^ GALLUP {John\John\ John\ John'), daughter 
of John and Elizabeth (Wheeler) Gallup, born September 3, 
1716, married Thomas Douglass, January 4, 1737. They 
settled in Voluntown. wShe died May, 1786, and her husband 
died February, 1791. 

ChildreJi : 

b. April 4, 1745, m. Josiah Babcock. 

b. July 28, 1747, m. Isabel Gordon, 

b. April 29, 1750, m. Kasson. 

b. May 22, 1753, m. Ezra Clark. 

b. Jan. 12, 1756, ni. John Gallup. 



Elizabeth Douglass, 

John, 

Martha 

Makv " 

Hannah " 



GALLUP F^\3IILY. 41 

54 

JOHX^ GALLUP {John\ John\ John\ John'), son of John 
and Elizabeth , (.Wheeler) Gallup, bom June 9, 1724, married 
'Hannah Frink^' April 9,-1747. They settled in Voluntown, 
where he died April 6, iSoi, and his wife died in 1773. 







Children : 




loi Hannah, 


b. 


Feb. 


15. 


1743.- 


. 


102 William, 


b. 


Oct. 


s, 


1749- 




*io3 John, 


b. 


July 


23. 


1751- 




104 Elizabeth, 


b. 


June 


2, 


1753, 


m. William Brigs 


105 Daniel, 


b. 


March 


7. 


1755- 




*io6 Wheeler, 


b. 


Jan. 


23. 


1757- 




107 Jabish, 


b. 


May 


12, 


1759- 




*ioS Samuel, 


b. 


April 


7> 


1761. 




*i09 Nath.vn, 


b. 


Feb. 


II, 


1763. 




no Dorothy, 


b. 


Jan. 


ii> 


1765, 


d. Sept. 20, 17S6. 



57 

MARY^ GALLUP, {Sainuel\ John\ John\ John'), daughter 
of Samuel and Mehitable (Blount) Gallup, bom January 28, 
1737, married Andrew ]Mason, March 20, 1754, died May 13, 

1797- 

Children : 
Mehitable Mason. 

Nehe.miah •' b. April 10, 1757, graduated from Harvard, 17S0. 



61 

NATHANIEL^ GALLUP (iy^//^.z///>/\ John\ John\ John'), 
son of Nathaniel and ilargaret Gallup, born at Stonington, 
Conn., April 29, 17 18, married Hannah Gore Burrows, widow 
of Silas Burrows, of Stonington, and daughter of Samuel Gore, 
of Roxburv', ^lass., November 24, 1742. Her ancestors were 
among the founders and earlier officers of Harvard College. 
Christopher Gore, Fellow of Harvard College, Commissioner to 
England, and Governor of Massachusetts, gave to it the endow- 
ment which bears his name. They lived in Stonington. He 

. died January 11, 1786, aged 69; his wife died March 19, 1810, 

1 aged 90. 



42 GENEALOGY OF 

C/iiiiirtri : 

III Nathaniel, b. June 4, 1744. drowned at sea, aged 20. ^ 

*ii2 Samiel, b. Aug. 9, 174(1- 

*ii3 Silas, b. March 9, 1749. 

*ii4 George, b. March 20, 1751. 

115 Margaret, b. ^[arch 20, 1753. 

*ii6 Amos, b. Aug. i, 1755. 

*ii7 Hannah, b. Aug. 22, 1757. 

*iiS Levi, b. March 26, 1760. 

*ii9 Ezra, b. March 13, 1763. 

62 

Captain JOHN^ GALLUP {Xathanicl\ John\ Jchn\ John' ), 
son of Nathaniel and ;Marg-aret Gallup, bom at Stonington, 
Conn., January 29, 1720, married Bridget Palmer, daughter of 
Nehemiah and Jerusha Saxton Palmer, of Stonington, Novem- 
ber 5, 1747. Her mother, Jerusha Saxton, the daughter of 
Captain Joseph Saxton, was bom at Stonington, 1683, married 
Nehemiah Palmer, Januarv' 17, 1699. Their daughter, Bridget 
Palmer, was bora April 8, 1721. They settled at Plainfield, 
where he died November i, 1801, aged 82; his wife died 
September 2, 1809, aged 88. 

Childr€n : 



120 


Jerusha. 


b. 


1743, 


d. 


1841. 


*I2I 


John, 


b. 


1750, 


d. 


1835- 


*I22 


Jonathan, 


b. 


1752, 


d. 


1828. 


*I23 


David, 


b. 


1754, 


d. 


1821. 


124 


Margaret, 


b. 




m. 


Samuel Frink 


125 


Esther, 








died young. 



65 

THOMAS^^ GALLUP, {Xat/ia/i2e/\ John\Joh)i\ John'), son 
of Nathaniel and Margaret Gallup, born at Stonington, August 
20, 1727; married Hannah Dean, in 1749, and lived in Plain- 
field, Conn. She was born March 24, 1722, They removed to 
New Hampshire, where he died October, 1777. 

Children : 
*i26 Thomas. b. May 23, 1750, m. Rebecca Gilkey ; he died, 1S2S. 

, . , T ^ Sallv Vincent: he lived in Franklin, 

127 Asa. b. June 22, 1752. m. - ^.^-^ ^^^ ^^^^ p^^ ^^^ ^^^^^ 

12S Alma, b. July 17, 1754, m. Simple Gilkey. 

129 Mar(jaret, b. Oct. I, 1756, m. David Getchel. 

*i3o Benjamin, b. June 17, 175S. 

131 Martha, b. July 5, 1701, m. Samuel Fairrield; she died Dec, i32S. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 43 

68 

BENJAMIN^ GALLUP {Nat/ianiel\ John\ John\ John') 
son of Nathaniel and Margaret Gallup, born July 26, 1736; 
married to Amy Kinne, January 20, 1763, by Rev. Levi Hart. 
They settled in Volunto\\Ti, where he died July 4, 1824; his 
wife died December 6, 1824, aged 80. 

Children : 

132 Hannah, m. Levi Kinne.— 

*i33 Nathaniel, b. Jan. 14, 1765. 

134 Zeruiah, b. Jan. 20, 1767, m. Nathan Gallup. 

135 Thomas, b. Nov. 20, 176S. 

136 A.\fY, b. June 27, 1770, m. William Gallup. 

137 Mercy, b. April 17, 1772, m. Ezra Stanton. 
*i3S Benjamin, b. May 25, 1774- 

139 Lucy, b. May 17, 1776, m. Thomas Gallup. 

140 Martha, b. April 16, 177S, m. Andrew Cady. 

141 Esther, b. April 17, 17S0, m. Jabez Starkweather. 

142 Margaret, b. Nov. iS, 1782, m. Samuel ^Valdo. 

143 Cynthia, b. Dec. 22, 17S4, m. Isaac Briggs; d. Sept. 12, 1S57. 

144 Eunice, b. March 18, 1787. 

I4.5 Keturah, b. Feb. 22, 1790, m. Daniel Stanton. 

70 

BENJAMIN^ GALLUP {Benjaviin\ John\ John\ John'), 
son of Benjamin and Theody (Park) Gallup, bom at Voluntuwn, 
Windham county, Conn., 1739. Married first, Sarah Lawrence; 
married second, Mrs. Abiah Everett. He removed to Dalton, 
Mass., with his brother John, about 1770. being among the first 
settlers of that town. The history of Berk.shire county says : 

"Among the Revolutionary soldiers were Benjamin Gallup and John 
Gallup from Dalton. Benjamin Gallup was on the Pittstield list of soldiers 
December 15, 1794. At the tirst town meeting held in Dalton, the money 
for a meeting house was raised by seUing pew ground. In January, 1795, 
twenty-two pews were sold. The sale was by auction, and each purchaser 
was to build his pew and choose his own associates. Benjamin Gallup took 
lot No. 4 for S30, and had three associates ; Jesse Merriam took lot No. 9 
for $24, and Luther Gallup, son of Benjamin, was his associate." 

Benjamin was the inventor and manufacturer of the first 
plows made in Berkshire county, and also made fanning mills, 
spinning wheels, reels, and other implements adapted to the 
needs of those times. When 100 years old, he was taken by his 



44 GENEALOGY OF 

townsmen to Pittsfield to attend the Berkshire county cattle 
show, where he held one of his own make of plows, to which 
were attached as many yoke of oxen as he was years old, and 
turned a neat furrow all the way around the old park. When 
aged loi, a large concourse of townspeople gathered at his home 
to celebrate his birthday, and Rev. Mr. Boise delivered a sermon 
from Gen. xlvii 8: "And Pharaoh said unto Jacob, how old art 
thou?" 

He raised a large family of children, som'e of whom settled 
in Dalton, and others went west and no record has been ob- 
tained of them. He died at Dalton, November 14, 1S41, aged 
102. His first wife, Sarah Lawrence Gallup, died in iSoo; his 
second wife, Abiah Gallup, died January 11, 1842, aged 89. 

Children ( all by first }}iarriage ) : 

146 Lucy, m. Davis. 

147 Mehit.\ble, m. Hxirlbut. 

e T „ -^1- t:- „ \ Two children;. Roxana, d. 1S13, aered 

14S Luther, m. Olive Freeman. - d ^ - o a 

^ -,-, (21; Rowena, d. 1336, aged 41. 

149 Priscilla, m. Nason. ^ ^ . .• ^ ■ - 

150 Rebecca, m. Solomon Bacon. 

*i;r UzziEL. 

.„T. „T-r> Ti'^ Thev went to western New 

i;2 Jacob, m. Lois Freeman, Tulv 1500. • -rr- , i, j- 1 a , 

- ■' •' - / \ ork ; he died aged 96. 

153 Sarah, m. Lewis Holmes. 

154 Abu;ail, m. Perr^' Tanner. 

155 Mary, m. Thaver. 



73 

Colonel BEXADAM' GALLUP (^.7w^^;/^\ Bcnadani\ JoJin\ 
JoJin")^ son of Benadam and Eunice (Cobb) Gallup, bom Octo- 
ber 26, 1 7 16, married Hannah Avery of Groton, August 11, 
1740- A brave officer of the Revolution. Served with the 
militia, second battallion, Wadsworth's Brigade, raised June, 
1776. At the Brooklyn front, battle of Long Island, August 
27. 177*5; in the retreat to New York, August 29-30; in retreat 
iri.in New Y(>rk Cit}'. September 15, with main army at White 
I'lains. A copy of his commission as Lieutenant-Colonel will 
be found in Appendix to this work. He died at Groton, Conn., 
May 29, 1800, aged 84. His wife died July 28, 1799, ^Z^^ 8r. 



1 53 Hannah, 


b. 


Nov 


159 Esther, 


b. 


Dec. 


160 James. 


b. 


May 


161 Jesse, 


b. 


Feb 


162 John, 


b. 


Jan. 



GALLUP FAJ^IILY. 45 

Children : 

*i56 Benauam, b. June 29, 1741. 

*i55"IsAAC, b. Dec. 22, 1742. 

4, 1744, d. Jan. 10, 1771. 

, \ Ralph Stoddard, Simeon AUvn, and 

9' 1746, m. - i^^^Geer. 

1, 1749. d. Dec. 19, 1770. 

2, 1751. 
b. Jan. 13, 1753, d. Dec. 9, 1770. 

163 Pridence, b. Jan. 30, 1755, m. Timothy Allyn, W. Springfield, Mass. 
*i64 SiSAN, b. 1756, m. Nathan Lester, d. Aug. 16, 1S40. 

*i65 Josiah, b. 1760. 

166 Abigail, b. 1762. d. Nov. 24, 1770. 

[Hannah, James, John, and Abigail all died within one year of 
typhoid fever.] 

WILLIAM^ GALLUP {Bcnadavi\ Benadam\ John\ John'), 
son of Benadam and Eunice (Cobb) Gallup, bom at Groton. 
Conn., July 4, 1723, \va.s married to Judith Reed, of Norwich, 
Conn., by Rev. Jabez White, June 9, 1752. He removed from 
Groton to Kingston. Pa., in October, 1774, and was living- there 
at the time of the Wyoming massacre of July 3, 1778. His son, 
Hallet. was in the fight, and escaped by floating down the 
Susquehannah River, with his body under water and his face 
protected from view between two rails grasped in his hands. 
Two of his twin daughters, Sarah and Hannah, aged about 5 
years, were captured and carried off by the Indians, btit soon 
after rans(.)med. Annthcr daughter. ]Mary, was engaged to be 
married to James Devine. (<f Philadelphia. He was at Kings- 
ton to visit her, and was one of the victims of July 3. 17 78. 
She never married. A younger son, William, was one of the 
sur\'ivors of the massacre. William Gallup, Sen., died at 
Kingston, Pa., April 4, 1803; Judith, wife of William Gallup, 
died January i, 18 18, aged 81 years 8 months 25 days. 

Children : 

167 Lydia, b. at Groton, Conn., Feb. 14, 1754. 

16S Hallet, b. " " Jan. i, 1756. 

[Hallet was engaged in the battle at Wyoming. He married Mary 
Bartlett. who was born April 1760, daughter of Ichabod and De- 
sire (Otis) Bartlett; died at Kingston, Pa., October 5, i5o4; his 
wife died October 6, 1S04. No children.] 



46 GENEALOGY OF 

169 Mary, b. at Groton, Conn. 
*i7o William, b. " " 

171 Hannah, b. " " March 4, 1773. 

[The Mrs. Hannah Jones who died at Kingston, Pa., Feb. 2, 1564.] 

172 Sarah b. at Groton, Conn., March 4, 1773. 
[Sarah first married Peter Grubb, Jr. After his death she married 

Agur Hoyt, and removed to Danbun.-, Conn. From there they 
removed, in 1S31, to Norwalk, Ohio, where she died in 1S53. 



78 

HENRY' GALLUP {Benadam\ Bcnadam\ Jolui\ John'), 
son of Benadam and Eunice (Cobb) Gallup, born in Groton, 
Conn., October 5, 1725; married Hannah ]\Iason, daughter of 
Nehemiah and Zerviah (Stanton) Mason, October 4, 1750. He 
died November 11, 181 1, aged 86; his wife died January 24, 
1808. Mrs. Gallup was great grand-daughter of Major John 
Mason, bom in Stonington, Conn., June 10, 1726. 

Children : 

*i73 Nehemiah, b. June 19, 1751. 
*i74 Eunice, b. Aug. 7, 1755, m. Samuel Dennis. 
*i75 Henry, b. Oct. 17, 175S, m. Desire Stanton. 
*i76 Andrew, b. Jan. 26, 1761, m. Nancy Welden. 
*I77 Jared, b. Nov. 22, 1767, m. Mary Whipple. 

Major John Mason, born in England about 1600, came to 
America in 1630, was a Lieutenant in the English army, serving 
under Lord Fairfax in the Netherlands with Captain J"hn Gal- 
lop, and sharing with him and his son John, conflicts strange and 
stem in the Indian wars of the new world, settled in Dorchester. 
married Anne Peck in 1640; was deputy Governor and Major- 
General of the forces of the colony. He died January, 1672. 
His sixth child, Daniel, born April, 1652, married October 10, 
1679, Rebecca Hobart (third wife), daughter of Rev. Peter 
Hobart, of Hingham, Mass. He died, 1737; she died April 
8, 1727, at Stonington. They had seven children. The 
y(jungest, Nehemiah Mason, born November 24, 1693, married 
Zerviah Stanton. They settled at Stonington, and owned 
Mason's Island. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 47 

Children : 

HoBART Mason, b. Oct. 6, 1722, m. Margaret Copp, Xov. 10, 1745. 

Andrew " b. Oct. 12, 1724, d. 172S. 

Hannah " b. June ro, 1720, m. HenryGallupof Groton,Oct. 4. 17^0. 

Andrf.w 2d " b. Feb. 3, 1730, m. Mary Gallup, March 20, 1754. 

Jareu " b. July 29, 1733, m. Hannah Parke, Jan. 23, 1755. 

Zerviah " b. Aug. 26, 1735, m. Holmes. 

[Hobart graduated at Yale. 174S; lived in Dublin, Nova Scotia. 

Had nine children; married second wife and had two children.] 

79 

Colonel NATHAN^ GALLUP {Bfmrdam', Benadain\ John\ 
John'), son of Benadam and Eunice (Cobb) Gallup, born in 
Groton, Conn., 1727, married Sarah Giddings, of Norwich. May 
25, 1749; a brave soldier of the Revolution, who arose to 
Colonel. His commissions appear in the Appendix. He died 
January 19, 1799, aged 72; Sarah, his wife, died September 
r8, 1778, aged 48. 

Children : 

17S Sarah. b. Dec. 29, 1751, m. Silas Gallup. 

179 Nathun, b. Xov. 14, 1754, d. Sept. 16, 177S. 

iSo Ebenezer, b. Feb. 8, 1757. 

*i8i Mary, b. Jan. 31, 1759, m. Henry Denison, 177S. 

*i82 Jacob, b. July 26, 1761. 

*i83 CHRisroi'HER, b. June 22. 1764. 

184 Gideon, b. Aug. 21, 1766. 

*iS5 Lois, b. Oct. 17, 176S, m. Jacob Morgan, 1787. 

1S6 LoDowicK., b. Jan. 23, 1773. 



*rS 



SI 

THOMAS^ PRENTICE GALLUP [Baiadam', B.-naJam\ 
John\ John'), son of Benadam and Eunice (Cobb) Gallup, born 
at Groton, Conn. ; married Prudence Allyn, of Groton, January 

20, 1757- 

Children : 

187 Thomas, b. Jan. 14, 1758. 
. *i88 Robert, b. April, 30, 1760. 

82 

HANNAH^ GALLUP {Bcnadain\ Bcnadavi\ John\ John'), 
daughter of Benadam and Eunice (Cobb) Gallup, of Groton, 
Conn., married Robert Allyn, Januars' 2;^, 1755. 



48 



ge>t:alogy of 



Children : 

Robert Allyn, b. Nov. 4, 1756. 

Hannah 

Abigail 

Benadam " 

Frederick " 

Esther 

Luther " 

Wealthy 

Tabitha 

Joseph " 



b. 


March 


II. 


1753. 


b. 


Jan. 


ID, 


1760. 


b. 


Dec. 


16, 


I76I. 


b. 


April 


13. 


1763. 


b. 


April 


9. 


1765- 


b. 


May 


/ 1 


I76S. 


b. 


Nov. 


9. 


I76g. 


b. 


April 


24. 


1772. 


b. 


Oct. 


I, 


17S0. 



84 

MARTHA' GALLUP (Captain Joscph\ Benndani\ John\ 
John'), daughter of Captain Joseph and Eunice (Williams) 
Gallup, bom October 15, 1721, married Amos Denison, May 
20, 1742, who ^vas bom February iS, 1714. son of Joseph and 
Prudence (Minor) Denison. They lived in Stonington. 

Children : 
EiNicE Denison, b. April 16, 1744, m. Gilbert Smith, Aug. 2, 1764. 
Martha " b. Dec. 30, 1746, m. Joshua Swan, Dec. r, 1763. 

PKrDF.NCE " b. March 20, 1748, m. Stephen Babcock, Aug. 21, 1766. 

Jw>KrH " b. March 20, 1750, m. Mary Smith, June 13. 1771. 

Amus " b. 1752. 

,, ., u ,. T rr i in- James Rogers, of Richmond- 

Lv.nthia " bapt. June 15, 1766, -' . -V r j 

85 

Captain JOSEPH' GALLUP {Joscph\ Benadam\ John\ 
John'), son of Joseph and Eunice (Williams)' Gallup, born 
February 21. 1725; married Mary Gardner, daughter r<i Joseph 
and Sarah (jardner, May 18. 1749; died July 11, \^zi. They 
arc buried in Ashley burying ground, Poquonic Bridge. 

Children : 



iSg Joseph, 
190 Sarah, 
iQi Joseph, 
^192 John, 



b. March 2i, 1750, d. Feb. 11, 1753. 
b. Nov. 10, 1752. 
b. Sept. 26, 1754. 



b. July 17, 175S 

193 Lff.RETiA, b. Aug. 15, 1760, 

194 Phebe, b. April 10, 1762 

195 Tjakiinkr, b. March 5, 1765 

196 J' IN A THAN, b. Nov. 23, I 766, 

197 EsiiiKR, b. April 14, 1769 
*i9' GiRUoN, b. Dec. 18, 1771 



m. William Avery, of Groton. 



3> 


174S. 




:^ -.', ^,. 


15. 


1750, 


— . 


.' 4T .1. . .<<.>y? 'I, /7j' ' 


II. 


1753- 




V ' 


16, 


1755. 


d. 


Nov. 16, 1762. 


r, 


1753. 






i3, 


1760. 







GALLUP FAMILY. 49 

86 

ELISHA^ GALLUP {JoSipk\ Bc/mdatn\ John\ Jolin'), son 
of Joseph and Eunice (Williams) Gallup, born April 21, 1727; 
married Marcy Denison, January 25, 1747. He removed to 
Hartland, Vt., about 17 78. ^ 

Childrot : ,, ; -• ^ ■. y, /^ 

199 Anna, b. June 

200 Esther, b. Oct. 

201 Marcv, b. July 

202 Elisha, b. Oct. 

203 Eunice, b. April 
*204 Joseph, b. Oct. 

205 Martha, b. March 30, 1762. 

*2o6 Elisha, b. April 30, 1766. 

*2o7 Edward, b. Dec. 31, 1768. 

2o3 Denison, b. Aug. 30, 1776. 



87 

OLIVER' GALLUP {/oseph\ Bcnadain\ John\ John'), son 

of Joseph and Eunice (Williams) Gallup, born at Stonin,^ton, 

Conn., March 28, 1729; married Freelove . and lived on 

a farm at Groton, Conn., at the time of his father's death, 

and probably later removed to Vermont. He died in 17S9. 

Xo record of his descendants has been obtained later than his 

children. 

Children : 

209 Oliver, b. at Groton, June 26, 1754. 

210 Thomas, b. " April 17, 1756. 

211 Charle-5, b. " April 12, 1759. 

212 Gilbert, b. " May 2, 1761. 

213 Mary, b. " April 27, 1763. 



88 

WILLIAM^ GALLUP {Joscph\ Benadain\ Jolin\ John'), 
"^on of Joseph and Eunice (Williams) Gallup, bom at vStoning-- 
^"^n, Conn., January 16, 1735, married Lucy Denison, dau^i^hter 
of Amos Denison, of Stoning^ton, July 2, 1761. 
4 



50 GENEALOGY OF 





Children : 










214 Eunice, 


b. 


Sept. 


iS, 


1762, 


d. 


1795- 


215 Oliver, 


b. 


Oct. 


29. 


1763. 


d. 


iSiS. 


216 Perrv. 


b. 


April 


■^n 


1765. 


d. 


iSoS. 


217 William, 


b. 


May 


9. 


17(17. 


d. 


1825. 


•21 S JusEPH Adam 


b. 


^larch 


31. 


1769. 






219 Lucy, 


b. 


Oct. 


31. 


1772, 


d. 


1S04. 


220 Anna, 


b. 


April 


4. 


1775. 


d. 


1832. 


221 John S. 


b. 






1777. 


d. 


1S33. 


222 Elias, 


b. 






1779. 


d. 


1S29. 


223 Phebe, 


b. 






1781. 






224 Martha, 


b. 






1783. 


d. 


iS33- 



-^^-l^-§ 



SIXTH GEXERATIOX. 



92 

JOHX'^ GALLUP ( /saar, /o/iu', John\ John\ John'), son of 
Lsaac and Margaret Gallup, born at Voluntown, December 29, 
1749. married Hannah Dongla.ss, daughter of Thomas and 
Martha Douglass, May 5. 1774, wh^^ was bom January 12. 1756, 
settled in \'olunto\vn a> a farmer, and was killed by the fall of 
a tree, March 2, 1795. ^^ ^^''^^ ^ soldier of the Revolution. 
His wife died December 13, 1828. 

Children : 
225 John, b. Feb. 19, 1775, d. June 9. 1798. 

*226 Thomas, b. Jan. 4, 1777. 
*227 Isaac. b. Feb. 19, 17S1. 

22S Mahiii\, b. Apr:l 20, 17^4. m. Perley Philips, d. i^-^;. 
229 Rkiki( \, h. Dc-c. 23, 17*0, d. June 15. i»or. 
"■^230 H\N-.vii, b. Nov. 23. 17-9. m. Benjamin Bri,^^;.,^s. d. i^?S. 
231 E.\rrK!t;.\> 1:, b. March 21, 1715. d. April. 1-70. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 51 

93 

ELIZABETH' GALLUP {Isacu-\ John\ John\ John\ 
John'), daughter of Isaac and Margaret Gallup, born at Volun- 
town. Conn., Januar>^ 22, 1755, married Rev. Micaiah Porter, 
who was pastor of the Congregational Church in Voluntown for 
seventeen years, removed to Plainfield, N. H., where they died. 

Children : 

Isaac Porter. 

William " 

Jabez " 

[Isaac was a physician in Charlton, Mass. William was also a 
physician.] 



95 

NATHANIEL' GALLUP {Isaac% John\ John\ John\ 
John'), son of Isaac and Margaret Gallup, bom at Voluntown, 
December 24, 1758. He was married to Rachael Smith, 
Januar}'- 30, 17S3, by Rev. Micaiah Porter; she was bom Sep- 
tember 9, 1760. He settled in Voluntown near his father, a 
farmer, and died July 27, 1828, aged 70; his wife died July 5, 
1850, aged 90. 

Chzldrett : 

^ , T 1 - \ Thomas Gallup : lived in Brook- 

232 Prudence, b. July 24, IT^S. m. -j ^^^^^ ^^^^^ .^^-^^ j^ ^g^^ 

233 Rachel, b. June 12, lySS, d. May 30, 1789. 

234 Harvey, b. May 23, 1791, d. Aug. i, 1S66. 

235 Elizabeth, b. June 12. 

'"-36 Francis, b. Jan. 12, 1797. 



96 

BENADAM' GALLUP {Isaac', John\ John\ John\ John'), 
"^on of Isaac and Margaret Gallup, bom at Voluntown, Novem- 
'••-:■ 17, 1 76 1, was married to Elizabeth Dorrance, March 31, 
»7^5, by Rev. Micaiah Porter. He settled in Voluntown (now 
Sterling), where he died March 30, 1850. His first wife died, 
September 28, 18 10. He married second, Mary Wilson, Sep- 
tember 22, 181 1 ; she died March 28, 1858, 



237 Gkukce, 


b. 


Dec. 


238 James, 


b. 


Feb. 


239 Makgakki', 


b. 


Jan. 


240 Betsy, 


b. 


Nov. 


♦241 John A. 


b. 


April 


*242 Nathaniel 


b. 


Aug. 


*243 Chester, 


b. 


April 


244 Cynthia, 


b. 


Marcl 



52 GENEALOGY OF 

Children : 

„, \ Electa Dean, and removed to Penn- 

21, i7bb, m._-^ sylvania: died there March 4, 1S34. 

_,, i Pamelia Winsor, March iq, 181 5, 

22, I/?:?, ni. -^ ^j^^ removed to Windham, Conn. 

II, 1790. 

19, 1792, m. Noah Briggs. 
6, 1795- 
19. I/QS- 
10, iSoi. 

c ^ \ bv second marriage : m. Daniel Briggs, 

23, 1 31 3, I ^Q(j liye^i in Voluntown. 

97 

WILLIAM'' GALLUP {/saac\ John\ /o/in\ John\ John'), 
fourth son of Lsaac and Margaret Gallup, born April 12, 1764. 
He married Amy Gallup of Voluntown, daughter of Benjamin 
Gallup, who was brother of Margaret, wife of Isaac Gallup. 
He settled in West Greenwich, R. I. ; died January 23, 1842. 
His wife died, March 5, 1S47. 

Children : 

245 Zekliah, b. May 21, 1791, m. Seth Gates. 
*246 Eraviis, b. Sept. 25, 1795- 

247 Sykil, b. March 14, 179S. 

24S Charlotte, b. Aug. 24, iSchji, m. Jnhn Frink, d. 1842. 
*24g Wm. Alban, b. Dec. 31, 1S03. 
*25o Nelson, b. Feb. 20, 1S05. 

98 

ISAAC" GALLUP {Isaac\ John\ Jolin\ John\ John'), fifth 
son of Isaac and Margaret Gallup, bom October 8, 1 766 ; married 
Mary Deane, April 24, 1788, and settled in Sterling. He 
died July 16, 1833; his wife died May 8, 1844. 

100 

JOSEPH" GALLUP {[saac\ John\ John\ John\ John'), 
youngest son of Isaac and Margaret Gallup, bom March 24, 
1772; married Hannah Smith, daughter of Francis Smith. 
April 7, 1796, and settled on the old homestead of his father 
and grandfather, where he lived till his death, December 27, 
^'^Vi. His wife died March 4, 1838. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 



53 



C/u'ldren : 

John, b. June 8, 1797, m. Margaret Gallup, daughter of Benjamin 
Gallup of Plainfield, Conn, (his cousin) in 1S25, and settled in 
BrookljTi, Conn., where he died Sept. 25, 1S79. His wife 
died Oct 27, iS6g. 

Isaac, b. Aug. 9, iSoo, d. Dec. 16, 1872, unmarried. 

Calvi.n, b. March 16, 1S03, d. Nov. 10, 1S19. 

Elisha, b. Nov. S, i3o6. He lived on the homestead of his father, 
which is the old homestead of Captain John Gallup, who first 
settled in Voluntown, the estate having descended from father 
to son down to the present time. He held many impurtant 
offices of trust in the town; died Feb. r6, 1SS9, unmamed. 
55 Martha, b. Feb. 6, 1S13, m- Amos J. Gallup of Sterling, Conn., son of 
David Gallup, Nov. 26, 1S3S. She died Nov. 17, 1S90. 



254 



V 



103 

JOHN^ GALLUP {/o/in\ John', JoJin\ John', John'), son of 
John and Hannah (Frink) Gallup, born in Voluntown, July 23, 
1 75 1. He was married to Lydia Randall, October 24, 1773, by 
Rev. Solomon }*Iorgan. He died January 7, 1789. 

Cfiildren : 
256 Sabara, b. in Voluntown, Feb. 7, 1774. 
*257 Thomas, b. " April 17, 1775. 



2?9 H.\NNAH, b. 

260 Dolly, b. 



Nov. I, 17S2. 
May 14, 17S6. 



i Amy Gallup, daughter 
'( of Nathan Gallup. 



106 

WHEELER" GALLUP {John% John', John\ John-, John'), 
son of John and Hannah (Prink) Gallup, born January 25, 1757. 
He was married to Elizabeth Cogswell, May 2, 1782, by Rev. 
Levi Hart of Griswold, Conn., and died December 23, 1796. 

Children : 

261 Dolly, 

262 Elizabeth, 



•2O3 N.\TH.\MEL C. 

264 Hlldah, 
2f)S Sally, 
*2Ui Wheeler, 



b. in Voluntown, April i, 1783, m. John Cogswell of Gris- 
wold, Conn., in iSoi. 

b. " March 6, 17S5, m. Jonathan Colgrove; 

removed to Pennsylvania in 1859. 

b. " March 15, 17S7. 

b. " March 7, 1789, d. at Plainfield. Conn., 

May 12, 1872. 

b. " March 17, 1791, m. Gilbert Brown, Nov. 

23, 1S13; lived in Pennsylvania. 

b. " Sept. 30, 1793. 



54 GENEALOGY OF 

lOS 

SAMUEL^ GALLUP {John\ John\ John', Jo/iir, John'), 
son of John and Hannah (Frink) Gallup, bom at Volimtown, 
April 7, 1760; married Lucy Averill, December 15, 17S5, and 
settled in Voluntown (now Sterling-), Conn., a farmer. During 
their long lives they were exemplary members of the Congre- 
gational Church, and did much toward its support. He died 
October 13, 1856; his wife died February 21, 1846. No children. 



109 

NATHAN" GALLUP {/ohn\ John\ John\ Joh,i\ John'), 

son of John anfl Hannah (Frink) Gallup, bom at Voluntown, 

February' u, 1763. He was married to Zeruiah Gallup, daughter 

of Benjamin and Amy (Kinne) Gallup, January 19, 1786, by 

Rev. Micaiah Porter, and settled in Voluntown (now Sterling), 

Conn., a farmer. He died June i, 1829; his wife died October 

31, 1838. 

Children : 

*267 John, b. Feb. 25, 1787. 

268 Elizabeth, b. April i, 17S9, m. John Briggs, Aug. 2S, 1S14. 

269 M.\Ry, m. Wheeler Gallup, July 2, iii5 

270 A.MY, m. Daniel Gallup. 
*27i Samuel, b. I797- 

*272 Nathan, b. Jan. iSoi. 



112 

SAMUEL' GALLUP {Nathaniel', Xathaniel\ John\ John\ 
John') son of Nathaniel and Hannah (Gore Burrows) Gallup, 
bom at Stonington, Conn., August 9, 1746, married Jemima 

Enosof Stonington, January:, 1769; married second, Sara . 

Soon after the close of the Revolutionary war, Samuel, with 
his brothers Silas, Levi, and Ezra, their cousin, John Gallup, 
son of Joseph Gallup, and several other families from the towns 
of Groton and St(jnington, Conn., establislied a settlement in 
Albany county, N. Y., in the towns of Knox and Berne. The 
dcseendants of these four brothers are still numerous in that 
vicinity, many of them being prominent citizens. Of the sons 



GALLUP FAMILY. 00 

of Samuel, Nathaniel was the grandfather of Albert Gallup, 
Treasurer of Albany county, X. Y. ; Joshua was the great 
grandfather of Ezra Twichell, Sheriff of Schoharie county: 
John Enos, father of Justice John J. Gallup of Albany, and 
Nathan was the 'father of Prof. Henry Gallup of Poughkeepsie. 
N. Y. Samuel Gallup died April 25, 1S26; Jemima Enos, his 
wife, died December 15, 1795, ^g'^'i 49 years; Sara, second wife, 
died September i, 1S02, ♦ 

Children : 

*273 Joshua, b. Aug. 4, 1769. 

*274 Nath.\niel, b. Nov. 16, 1770. 

*275 Samuel, b. July S, 1772. 

*276 A.NNA, b. Feb. 3, 1774. 

*277 Hannah, b. Oct. 15, 1775, m. Moses Morgan. 

*27S John En(ts, b. July 17, 1777. 

279 Jemima, b. Sept. 27, 1780, m. Daniel Morgan, 1799. 

2S0 LvDiA, b. Feb. 16, 1784, m. George Gallup. 

*28i Nathan, b. May 3, 1786. 



• 113 

SILAS" GALLUP, {Xathaniel\ Xathanicl\ John\ John\ 
Jo/in^), son of Nathaniel and Hannah (Gore Burrows) Gallup, 
bom at Stonington, Conn., March 9, 1749, married Sarah 
Gallup, daughter of Colonel Nathan and •Sarah (Giddings) 
Gallup of Groton, Januan- 13, 1774, removed to Albany coun- 
ty, N. Y., with the first settlers of Knox, in said county; 
died October 28, 1796; his wife died August 18, 1799. 

Children : 

2S2 Sally, b. Sept 30, 1774. 

283 Margaret, b. July 21, 1776. 

*284 Silence, b. June 7, 1778, m. Sila.s Brewster, Aug. 22, 1S02. 

*2S5 Fanny, b. March 24, 17S0. 

286 Silas, Jr. b. June 4, 17S2, d. April, 1783. 

287 Lois, b. April II, 1784. 
283 H.\NNAH, b. June 8, 17S5. 

*289 Nathan, b. Jan. 5, 1787. 

290 Silas, Jr. (2d), b. July 25, 1709. 

*29i Eli, b. Feb. 11, 1791. 

*292 EiiENEZER, b. Sept. 25, 1795. f 



o6 GENEALOGY OF 

114 

GEORGE" GALLUP {Xat/!aniel\ Xat/u7;nW\ Joltn\ John'', 
John^), son of Nathaniel and Hannah Gore (Burrows) Gallup, 
bom at Stonington, March 20, 1751, married Freelove Packer 
of Groton, June 13, 1776. He was an officer in the war of the 
Revolution. Died May 3, 1781. 

Children : 
*293 George, b. April 7, 1777. 
*294 Peleg, b. May i, 177S. 

116 

AMOS' GALLUP {Xathaniel', Xathanicl\ John\ John\ 
John^), son of Nathaniel and Hannah Gore (Burrows) Gallup, 
bom at Stoning-ton, August i, 1755, married Welthean Dean, 
February 25, 1787, who was bom June 26, 1757. He died 
I)ccember i, 1843; his wife died December 13, 1834. 

Cltildren : 

295 Amos, b. Dec. 5, 17S7, d. May 5, 1870. 

*296 John D. b. Sept. 26, 17S9. 

*297 Jabez, b. Feb. 22, 1791. 

29S Wealthe.an, b. July 15, 1793, d. Oct. 3, 1S74. 

299 Marth..\, b. Jan. 22, 1796, d. Aug. 1S&2. 

*3oo N.\thamel, b. (Jet. 16, 1797. 

301 George, b. Jan. 22, iSoi, d. Feb. 9, 1S74. 

117 

HANNAH' GALLUP {Xatlianicl' Nathanicl\ John\ John\ 
J' 'III'), daughter of Nathaniel and Hannah (Gore) Burrows 
Gallup, bom August 22, 1757, married John Packer of Gro- 
•■ ri. C(jnn., July 6, 1780. 

Children : 

Deborah Packer, b. March 25, 1781. 

Hann.\h " 

Lucy " 

Lccretia " 

John 

Wkai.hiv 

Gf:(;k(;k 

Griswold 

Nathaniel " 

FkKhKKKK " b. May 21, 1S04. 



b. 


March 


9. 


1787. 


b. 


June 


2, 


17S9. 


b. 


Aug. 


6, 


1 791. 


b. 


Dec. 


24, 


1794-/ 



GALLUP FAMILY. 57 

lis 

LEVI" GALLUP {Xatha?nel\ NatJianiel\ John\ John\ 
lo/in'), son of Nathaniel and Hannah Gore (Burrows) Gallup, 
born at Stoning^ton, March 26, 1760, married Abigail Packer of 
Groton, Conn. He removed to Albany county, X. Y., before 
1800, and in 1806 to Jefferson, Schoharie countv. He died 
February 18, 1850; his wife died July 11, 1826. 

Children : 



■302 Abigail, b. Oct. 13, 17S6, m. Jesse Brockway, d. Feb. 13, 1S46. 
■303 Levi, b. Feb. 21, 1789. 

XT^nns; unmarried, d, Feb. 12, iSti. 



*304 Nath.an, b. May 17, 1791 

305 Lucy, b. May 17, 1791 

*3o6 EzEKiEL, b. Oct. I, 1794 

*307 SiL.\s, b. June 14, 1798 



119 

EZRA« GALLUP {Nathanicl\ Nathaniel\ John\ John\ 
John'), son of Nathaniel and Hannah Gore (Burrows) Gallup, 
bom at Stonington, March 13, 1763, married Rebecca Hinckley 
in 1786. He removed to Albany county, N. Y., before 1800, 
and later to Schoharie county. 

Children : 

*3oS Ezra, b. June 25, 17S7. 

309 Reueoja, b. Feb. 19, 17S9, m. Russell Fnnk, d. May 6, 1S57. 

310 Hannah, b. July 7, 1790, m. Willis. 

3n Abel, b. Oct. 3, 1791. 

312 Sarah, b. Dec. 26, 1793. 

313 Esther, b. June 6, 1795. m. Henry Osterhout. 

314 Prudence, b. Oct. 6, 1796, m. Elias Osterhout. 

315 Obadiah, b. June 27, 1798. 

316 Elizabeth, b. March 15, iSoo. m. Charles Lounsberry. 

( Elizabeth Brewster, daughter of 

317 Charles, b. March 14. 1S02, m. - Silas Brewster, Sept. 0, 1S36; d. 

( June 28, 1848. 

318 Elihu, b. Dec. 9, 1S03, d. May 24, 1829; unmarried. 

319 Caroline, b. Sept. 20, 1805, m. Griffin Whipple, d. Oct. 28, 1S32. 

320 Abigail, b. March 13, 1807, m. Giles Tripp. 
*32i Tho.mas J. b. July 27, 1813. 



58 GENEALOGY OF 

121 

JOHN' GALLUP {John\ Xathanicl\ John\ John\ John'), 
son of John and Bridget (Palmer) Gallup, born at Plainfield, 
Conn., in 1750, married Lydia Clark, daughter of Perry and 
Lydia Lester Clark, and lived at Plainfield; he died in 1835. 

Children : 

322 Bridget, m. Captain Samuel Woodward. 

323 Fanny, m. Sessions Lester. 

324 Lydia, m. Olney. 



122 

JONATHAN' GALLUP Uohn\ Xathanid\ John\ John\ 
John'), son of John and Bridget (Palmer) Gallup, was bom at 
Plainfield, 1753, married Elizabeth Dow, and died at Plainfield, 
August 27, 182S. 

Children : 

325 John, b. Jan. 4, 1789, d. young. 

326 David, b. May 26, 1790, d. Jan. 7, i343. 
*327 Tho.mas Dow, b. March 12, 1792. 

328 Simon, b. Sept. 27, 1793, d. April 13, 1851. 



123 

DAVID' GALLUP {John\ Xathamel\ John' John\ John'), 
son of John and Bridget (Palmer) Gallup, bom at Plainfield. 
Conn., 1754, married Nancy Jacques of Sterling, Conn., Feb- 
ruary 20, 1804, and settled on a farm at Sterling, where he 
died July 14, 182 1. His wife died August 22, 1844. 

Children : 

•329 John, b. April 9, 1807. 

*330 David, b. July 11, 1808. 

331 Esther, b. June 27, 1811. 

[Esther married Dr. Henry Campbell, Sept. 6, 1S31, and died 

at Pro\-idence, R. I., July 24, 1365.] 

*332 Amos J. b. Feb. 24, 1812. 
333 Ri Hv. b. Jan. I, 1-22. 
[Ruby first married Dr. Horace Burjre.-,s of Plainiied, Conn., 
Sept. 3, 1S50. After hi-, death she married Charles W. 
WilHams, and hves m Brooklyn, Conn.] 



GALLUP FAMILY. 59 

= 124 

MARGARET" GALLUP {John\ Xathanid\ Johu\ John\ 
John'), daug-hter of John and Bridget (Palmer) Gallup, born at 
Plainfield, Conn., married Samuel Frink of Plainfield. 

Children : 

S.\XTo.N Frink. 
Bridget " 
John " 

Esther " 



126 

THOMAS' GALLUP {rhomas\ Xathaincl\ John\ /ohu\ 
John'), son of Thomas and Hannah (Dean) Gallup, born at 
Plainfield, Conn., May 23, 1750, married Rebecca Gilkey, 
November 3, 1774; removed to Plainfield, N. H. ; died, 182S. 



*334 Tho.mas, 
*335 Benjamin, 
336 Rebekah, 
*337 Asa, ) 
*333 JoHN,r'"^''^--^^^"^^^3. 1731. 

339 Charles, b. June 12, {784, m. Rebekah Gallup. April, iSio. 



127 

ASA" GALLUP [Thovias', Nathaniel*, John\ John\ John'), 
son of Thomas and Hannah (Dean) Gallup, bom at Plainfield, 
Conn., June 22, 1752. Married Sally Vincent, and removed to 
Plainfield, N. H., later to Franklin, Vt, where he died, Feb- 
ruary 28, 1829. 

Children : 

340 Isaac, bom, lived, and died in Franklin, Vt. Left one son, C. W. 

Gallup, who spent the last thirty years of his life in Kansas, and died 

in 16SS, leaving a large family. 
*34i Asa, b. April 13, 1792. 
*342 Benjamin. 





Children 


b. Aug. 
b. May 
b. Oct. 


25. 1775- 

12, 1777- 

2, 1779- 



GO GKNTALOGY OF 



130 



BENJAMIN" GALLUP ( Thomas\ Xathaniel\ John\ John\ 
Jo/iii'), son of Thomas and Hannah (Dean) Gallup, bom June 
17, 1758, at Plainfield, Conn., married Martha Gallup of Ster- 
lino;-, Conn., dauj^hter of Isaac and ^Largaret Gallup, December 
6, 1781. She was. born February 17, 1757, and died June 23, 
1779. He married second, Sally Park, March 15, iSoi. She 
was bom November 31, 1775, '^^^d died Augaist 28, 1S2S. Thev 
lived in Plainfield, Conn. He died April n, 1836. 

Children : 
*343 TiKiMvs, b. Sept. 4, 1782. 

344 As.\, b. Feb. 2, 17S5. d. Oct. 13, 1S46. 

345 LrcY, b. May i. 17S6, m. Benj. Dow, 1S24, d. March i, 1S55. 

346 H.\NNAH, b. June 19, 17S3, m. Rodman James, d. May 4, 1S34. 
*347 Benja.min, b. May 12, 1790. 

♦343 M.\RTH.\., b. March 14. 1792, m. William Shepard, d. July 2, 135S. 

*349 l5.-\..\c, b. June 20, 1794. 

*35o John, ) twin.s. 

,r > b. an. 13, iTOQ, 

351 M.\RG.\RET, ) -' J />v. j^ j^j^^ Gallup, 1S25, d. Oct. 23, 1869. 

Children by Second Marriage. 

352 REiiEcr.v, b. April 16, i5o3, m. Henr>-D. Hall,iS3o, d. Nov. 24, 1866. 
*353 WiLLiA.M, b. Aug. 20, 1805. 

*354 Moses, b. July 27, 1809. 

133 

NATHANIEL' GALLUP {Bcnjamin\ Nathaniel', John\ 
John'', /ohn'), son of Benjamin and Amy (Kinne) Gallup, bora 
at Voluntown, Januar>' 14, 1765. He was married to Kesiah 
Kinne, September 7, 1786, by Rev. Micaiah Porter, and lived 
on a farai at Voluntown. He died October 26, 1815; his wife 
died September 23, 1824. 

Children : 
*355 Thomas, b. Nov. 21, 1786. 

jli> Hannah, b. Dec. 29, 1788, m. Avery Kinne. 

*357 Lyman, b. Feb. 4, 1791. 

^3=^ Ti;mi-kka.\(.e, b. Oct. 6, 1792, m. Benjamin M. Burdick. 
*:•■, KiWK. ]>. Sept. 27, 1794. 

■•'■Ki-!M!. b Tulv I i-o'i m * Daniel L. Campbell ; li'.x-d in Gris- 

., ■' ^ ' ' JJ' ■ I woid. Conn. 

' ' I'f ■-J.^Ml^, b. Dee. 27. i-oi. 

-< - A HiiiKMKL. b. iiQ4. d. Sept. 2'j, :^24, aged 19 years. 



GALLUP FA^nLY. 6X 

13S 

BENJAMIN- GALLUP {Benjamin\ Xathanicl\ John\ 
John\ Jo/in'), son of Benjamin and Amy (Kinne) Gallup, born 
at Voluntown, May 25, 1774. Married Huldah Kinne, and 
settled in Voluntown as a farmer. He died August 2^, 18-4- 
his wife died June 21, 1S60. 

C/i/ldren: 

363 Amy, b. iSo3 m -^ ^^njainin Gallup, son of Nathaniel and Kesiah 

^ „ ' / Kmne Gallup, died in 184^. 

^364 Benjamin, b. iSii. 

151 

UZZIEL" GALLUP {Bcnjauiin\ Bc/ijai>nii\ John\ JoJui\ 
John'), son of Benjamin and Sarah (Lawrence) Gallup, born at 
Voluntown in 1769, married Lucinda Witherell, at Dalton, 
Mass., October 19, 1794; he died at Dalton, March 21, 1849. 

Children : 

365 LrciNDA, b. June 25, 1797, m. Simeon Wright 

*366 MiLLKN, b. Sept. 10, 179S. 

*367 AsHLEV, b. Aug. 23, iSoo. 

36S Llthek, b. July 23, 1S02, d. March rS, 1803. 

*369 Rriiv, b. June 6, iSu^, m. 3 ^^- T- Maynard, Dec. 14, 1S22. 
* X ^ ' ( d. Aug. 13, iSts. 

*37o LoRiN S. b. March, 1S09. 



156 

Colonel BENADAM' GALLUP (/.Vav?./<z;//\ BcnadaiiL\ B.na- 
daui\ Joku\ John'), son of Benadam and Hannah (Averv) 
Gallup, born at Groton, Conn., June 29, 1741. He was married 
to Brid<(et Palmer of Stonington by Rev. Nathaniel Eells, 
Januarv- 30. 1766. She was a lineal descendant (c'-reat pjrand- 
aau-hter) of John Aldcn and Prisciila Mullins of ^^a^"lo^vcr 
nieraory. He died Apn: 12, icSiS; Erid-et, his v,-ifc. ii-d 
Au-ust 22, 18:3^ a^-ed 8j. 

(Shildreii : 
■'371 Ben A HAM. b. Oct. 2?, 17G6. 

372 Bkid.,ki, b. Oct. 5, 1 70s, m. f Sands Fish. June, [7S9. 

373 Jame.',, b. May 27, 1771, d. May 11, 1S34. 

374 Desire, b. Nov. 20 177^ m i -^"^^s Worthington of West Spring- 

' ''^" ' ( field, Mass. ... 

3.. :>4- -.-■■ •■ i 



62 



GENEALOGY OF 



*375 John, b. May 27, 1776. 

376 Lucy, b. June 23, 1779, m. Stephen Haley of Groton. 

377 Simeon, b. Sept. 29, 17S1, d. April 13, 1S36. 

f Children of Bridget Gallup and Sands Fish: Asa, b. 1790; Hannah, 

b. March 10, 1792: Lavinia, b. Oct. i, 1794, m. Denison; Simeon, b. 

Jan. iS, 1797; Sands, b. Feb. 27, 1799; Charles, b. Feb. 3, iSoi; Nathan G., 
b. Sept. 17, 1S04; Alden, b. Aug. 9, 1S08; Bridget, b. 1811. 



157 

ISAAC GALLUP i^Bcnadam\ Btnadam\ Benadam\ /ohn\ 
John'), son of Benadam and Hannah (Avery) Gallup, bom 
December 22, 1742, married Anna Smith, October 5, 1786, 
daughter of Nehemiah and Abigail (Aver\') Smith, born Decem- 
ber 8, 1765. Isaac was a captain in the Revolutionary' War. 
(See Appendix). He died in Ledyard, August 3, 1814. Anna 
(Smith) Gallup married second, Seth Williams of Ledyard, 
January- 30, 1825, died December 21, 1S48. Seth Williams was 
bom in Januar\', 1761, died May 21, 1843. All buried in old 
Gallup graveyard, Ledyard, Conn. 

Children : 



*37S Ann.a. 
*379 Isaac 

*3So RfSSELL 

*3Si Sarah 
*332 Jabesh 

*3S4 Elias 
*335 Erastus 

*386 Shubael 
•387 Elihu 



Gallup, b. Sept. 3, 1787, m. Da\-id Geer, Jan. 11, 1810. 

b. Jan. Ti, 17S9, m. Prudence Geer, March 12, 1S12. 

b. April II, 1 79 1, m. Hannah Morgan. 

9, 1792, m. William McCall. 

\ Lucy Meech. 
23, 1704, m. - r ■ > o ^ 

■^ ' ^^ ( Louise Avery, Sept. 21, 1243. 

- , \ Melinda Bailev. 

6, 1700. m. - -.r u 1 
' ^ / Mary Haiey. 

14, 179S, m. Fanny Dean, Sept. 28, i52S. 

\ Eunice Williams. [1646. 

"( Frances Sheffield, Aug. 27, 

(1 Sarah M. Isham. [21, 1865. 



b. Nov. 
b. Aug. 

b. April 
b. April 
b. July 



31, iSoo, m. 



b. March 6, 1S02, m. 



'( Mrs. Fanny S. Church, Oct 



b. Dec. 12, 1803, m. Emily Clark. 



161 

JESSE' GALLUP {Benadam\ Benadain\ Benadam\ John\ 
Jo/ni'), son of Benadam and Hannah (Avery) Gallup, born at 
Groton, Conn., February 13, 1751; married March 16, 1775, 
Catharine Fish. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 



63 



*3SS Peter A. b. Jan. 

*3S9 Mary, b. Jan. 

390 H.\.NNAH, b. May 

*39i Jesse, Jr. b. Oct 

*392 Catharine, b. Sept 

*393 Fanny, b. Dec. 

394 Eunice, 

395 Betsey, 



Children : 

15, 1776. 

S, 1778, m. Prentice Avery, Oct. 9, 1S02. 
9, 17S0. 
21, 17S2. 
3, 17S4, m. Jonathan Havens, May 22, 1S03. 
13, 17S7, m. Phineas Bill, Nov. 25, 1S17. 
b. April 27, 1790. 
b. May 14, 1793, m. Josiah Rogers, Sept. 21, 1S33. 



396 Edmund T. b. Aug. 13, 179S. 

165 

JOSIAH' GALLUP {Bcnadaiii\ Bcnadam\ Benadam\ John\ 
John'), son of Benadam and Hannah (Avery) Gallup, born at 
Groton, Conn., in 1760; married first, Sarah Fish, November 
4, 1787, she died February 11, 1791; married second, Mary 
Randall, November 11, 1792; died June 29, 1826; Mar\-, his 
wife, died November 30, 1847, aged 81. 

Children : 

*397 Josiah, b. Aug. 30, 1793. 

♦398 CH.A.RLES R. b. July 3, 1795. 

*399 Benj.a_min F. b. Aug. i, 1797. 

400 Mary A. b. Aug. 30, 1799. 

401 Hannah, b. Nov. 21, 1801. 

164 

SUSAN" GALLUP {Bcnadain\ Benadain\ Bc)iadaiii\ Johir, 
John'), daughter of Benadam and Hannah (Avery) Gallup, born 
June 8, 1756, married Nathan Lester; she died August 16, 
1840, aged 84; Nathan died October 10, 1813. 

Child: 
H.vnnah Gallup Lester, m. Adam Larrabee, Sept. 21, 1S17, d March 15, 
1837; Adam Larrabee d. Oct. 25, 1S69. 
Children : 
Nathan Larrabee, d. Sept 13, 1879. 
Charles " " lives at Windham, Conn. 

John *' d. Sept 3, 1852. 

H.\.nnah " m. Williams; lives at Portsmouth. Iowa. 

Ellen " lives at Fon du Lac, Wis. 

Henry " lives at Windham, Conn. 

Wii.i.iAM " lives at Clermont, Iowa. 

Fkank " lives at McGregor, Iowa. 

E.meline H. " lives at Fond du Lac, Wis. 



64 GENEALOGY OF 

Captain Adam Larrabee, who married Hannah Gallup 
Lester, was born in Ledyard, Conn., March 14, 1787, graduated 
from United States Military Academy at West Point, March i, 
18 r I. Upon the completion of his studies he was appointed 
second lieutenant of light artillery, proinoted to first lieutenant 
two months later. After heroic service on the northern 
frontier, in 1812 and 18 14, being severely wounded at La CoUe 
Mills, he was promoted to a captaincy, but resig"ned his com- 
mission in 181 5, and retired to his farm at "Windham, Conn. 
Held many positions of trust afterward. "The business of 
his civil life was farming, and in this he won very conspicuous 
success." He was for over fifty years continuously one of 
the trustees of the old savings bank of Norwich, Conn. He 
was not only a hard worker, but very frugal in his own 
habits; but to proper objects of charity and the cause of re- 
ligion he was always a most liberal giver. His systematic 
training at West Point was visible in all his after life, and his 
ideas of hard work, economy, business integrity, order and 
punctuality were a most precious legacy to his sons, who have 
been abundantly prospered through the same praiseworthy 
qualities. He died in Windham, Conn., October 25, 1869. — 
Taken from Hon. C. AldricJis '■'•An Early West Pointer.'' 

His son. William Larrabee, inherited a generous portion of 
his father's sturdy and ncjble characteristics. Removing from 
his Connecticut home in 1853, he engaged in farming and 
manufacturing at Clermont. Iowa; in 1867 was elected State 
Senator, and after a faithful service (jf eighteen years in the 
interest of the people, resigned, and was elected to more 
exalted service as Governor, in 1885, re-elected in 1887, and is 
now known everv^where as Iowa's most valiant defender of the 
common people's rights and liberties against railroad oppres. 
sion, which had become a most important issue in Iowa politics. 

From his second Inaugural we quote: " In every transaction 
growing out of the relations between these [railroad] corpora- 
tions and the people, we find an expert on one side and a novice 
on the other. " From a most thorough and exhaustive knowl- 
•-■'<.^e of both sides of the grave question, Tjin-ernor Larraljee, 
nniK-lied by the purest and highest motives, warmly and efTec- 
tively espoused the cause of the novice. In his own words; 



GALLUP FAMILY. 65 

"The Railroad Commission was created to be a committee of 
the people, obligated to advocate their rights; organized capital 
can safely be trusted to taVe care of itself." If an official 
should consult simply his feelings, he might easily be tempted 
to make a truce with the enemy, and thus avoid implacable 
conflict. But when such a step can only be taken at the 
sacrifice of honor, when a solemn obligation makes the conflict 
an imperative duty, there is no alternative. 

"In the discharge of my official duties, it has been my 
earnest endeavor to promote the welfare of the commonwealth 
by divesting myself of all personal, local, and partisan consider- 
ations, and rendering obedience only to the laio and the dictates 
of my conscience. — Inaugural of Feb. 12, 18^0. 

Governor Larrabee now lives on the home farm at Cler- 
mont, Iowa. 

170 

WILLIAM' GALLUP {\Villiam\ Benadain\ Benadam\ 
JoJin"^^ John^)., son of William and Judith (Reed) Gallup, bom 
at Groton, Conn., and removed with his father to Kingston, 
Pa., in 1774, being then a lad escaped the Wyoming massacre; 
married Freelove Hathaway, sister of Sea Captain Caleb Hatha- 
way of Philadelphia. 

Children : 

*402 Wi I.I.I A-Nf. b. at Kingston, Pa., Feb. 3, 1795. 
*403 H.\Li.r,T, b. " " May i, 1796. 

404 J.\.MEs D. b. " " 1793. 
[James spent the greater part of his life in the coal regions of 

Pennsylvania, and died at Mauch Chunk, Pa., March, 1856; 
unmarried.] 

405 Caleb H. b. at Kingston, Pa., 1802. 
[Caleb came to Norwalk, Ohio, in 1S25, and died there Sept 20, 

1827; unmarried,] 

173 

NEHEMIAH' GALLUP {Henry\ Benadam\ Benadam\ 
John'\ John') son of Henry and Hannah (Mason) Gallup, born 
June 19, 1 75 1, married Elizabeth Brown, January 28, 1783. 



6Q 



GENEALOGY OF 



Childreji : 



406 Elizabeth, 
*407 Nehemiah M. 

4o3 John S. 

409 Orendia, 
*4io Elisha, 
*4ii Like, 

412 Serviah, 
*4i3 Ebenezer, 



b. Nov. 10, 1783 

b. Feb. 12, 17S5 

b. April 5, 1737 

b. March 3, 1790 

b. June 22, 1792 

b. April 17, 1794 

b. Oct. 16, 1796 

b. April 27, iSoo, 



174 

EUNICE" GALLUP {Henry', Bcmidain\ Benadain\ Jolui\ 
John^), daughter of Henry and Hannah (Mason) GaUup, born at 
Groton, Conn., Augaist 7, 1755, married October 16, 1783, 
Samuel Dennis, son of Benjamin and Thankful (Bliss) Dennis, 
bom May 4, 1756, died August 30, 182 1. Eunice (Gallup) 
Dennis, his wife, died July i, 1S29. 



Elnice 

Henry 

Anna 

Benjamin 

Betsy 

Jared Galll p 



C/iildren : 

Dennis, b. March 22, 1785 

b. Oct. 9, 1736 

b. :March 10, 17S3 

" b. May 5, 17S9 

" b. March 21, 1793 

b. June iS, 1796 



Jared Gallup Dennis, son of Samuel and (Eunice) Gallup 
Dc-nnis, born June 18, 1796, married Lorhnamy Davis, July 7, 
i'S22; she died February 5. 1833. Slurried second, Xancy A. 
P. Congdon, August 4, 1833, who was born Augi;st 20. 1S04, 
died December 2, 187 1. There were six children by first 
marriage. George H. Dennis bom April 7, 1825, died at sea, 
May 8, 1867. Jared Dennis, born February 14, 1831, lives in 
Hartford, Conn. The other four children died young. 

Children by Second Marriage : 

'^)-' \K A. Dennis, b. May 25, 1S34. d. June 2, iS3r.. 

''K\. J., UN B. •• b. May 23, 1S35. 

(■ ,,-iivvt .. 1 T „ ^ \ lives in Providence. K. I., har^ one 

""'•"•\^' b. June 20, 1037,- , I, 

■' •" I daughter. 

CuAkLK:, \Vm. " b. Auj^. 24, 1S3S, Hvcs in Toronto, Canada. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 67 

General John B. Dennis, son of Jared Gallup and Nancy 
(Congdon) Dennis, bom May 23, 1835, at Norwich, Conn., 
married Hattie S. Loring- of Worcester, }*Iass., June 16, 1S59; 
she died August 3, 1S60, leaving one child, Gertie, born May 
27, i860, who died in San Francisco, June 2, 1890. He married 
second, Sara M. English of New Haven, Conn., May 13, 1862, 
who died November 2, 1879; married third, Mrs. Elizabeth J. 
Hedgethome, April 12, 1S81. There were six children by 
second marriage, three of whom died young. 

WiLHELMiNA Dennis, d. Dec. II, 1S76, aged 11. 
Louis Rath an " living at Tacoma, Wash. 

Henry Gardner " living at Omaha, Neb. 

General Dennis served in the late war, from its beginning 
till its close. He enlisted in the Worcester Light Infantrv% 
April 16, 1861. This regiment was attached to the old Sixth 
Massachusetts Volunteers, and marched with them through 
Baltimore on the 19th of April, 1861. He served as private for 
three months, for which he enlisted, and was mustered out of 
service ^August 2, 1861, on Boston Common. Went immedi- 
ately to Norwich, Conn., raised a company from New London 
county, was commissioned captain, August 26, 1861, joined 
Seventh Regiment, Connecticut Volunteers, Colonel (afterwards 
(General) Alfred H. Terry commander; mustered into L^nited 
States service, September 5, 1S61, and started for the seat of 
war September 17, 1861. He was in the original expedition 
with General T. W. Sherman to South Carolina, was at the 
--icge and reduction of Fort Pulaski, in winter of 1861 and ■62, 
at the battle of Secession ville, June 16, 1862, took rebel 
'catteries at St. John's Bluff, Fla. , November, 1862, at the siege 
and reduction of Forts Wagner and Sumter, from July to 
November 7, 1863, besides being engaged in many other con- 
flicts requiring arduous and perilous service. He joined the 
Army of the James May, 1S64, commanded regiment in all of 
the battles about Petersburg, Va., including Drury's Bluff, 14th 
and 1 6th of May, 1864, Battle of Weir Bottom Church, June 2, 
1864, and was captured by the rebels; was prisoner of war in 
^^ ilmington, Petersburg, Charleston, Savannah, ^Lacon, and 
^■-•nt to Charleston, again to be placed under fire of our (vvn 
o'itteries from Morris Island, and after aljoui two months sent 



68 GENEALOGY OF 

to Columbia, S. C, made his escape on November 4, 1864, but 
the boat in which he was going down the river sank, and after 
being- nearly drowned and chilled to death, succeeded in getting 
out of the water, was recaptured, taken back to Columbi. and 
on the 28th of November escaped again, succeeded in reaching 
the coast, and was taken on board the gun boat Nipsic, 
and reached home on the 2 2d of December. He was commis- 
sioned as Colonel by Governor Buckingham of Connecticut 
soon after his escape from prison, but declined the commission, 
and accepted appointment as Paymaster, with rank of major, 
and served until 1866, when he left the ser\'ice, having been 
promoted to the rank of brigadier general ; afterwards paymaster 
general of South Carolina, with rank of brigadier general, and 
later commanded the Dakota National Guard, with rank of 
brigadier general. He was elected to the South Carolina 
Legislature in 1S68, and again in 1S70. In the spring of 1878 
he was appointed quartermaster's agent and ordered to Yank- 
ton, Dakota, resigned in 1S79 to become an internal revenue 
officer, which position he held nine years. In 1889 he was 
appointed chief deputy collector of internal revenue for the dis- 
trict of Nebraska, with headquarters at Omaha, where he now is. 
Although not bearing the name of Gallup, General Dennis 
has shown that he inherited the same spirit of bravery and 
patriotism which animated his earlv ancestors. ?• 

175 I 

HENRY" GALLUP {Hcnry\ B-:;!adam\ Btnadain\ JoJnr. 
Johii')^ son of Henry and Hannah (Mason) Gallup, born at 
Groton, Conn., October 17, 1757, married Desire Stanton, 

November 17, 1792. 

Children : sf, 

*4i4 Ai.KKEii, b. March 23, i-r/-. ■ ■ %' 

41 ; .\\NA, b. Ma.reh 26, i-'-:- ts 

*4i6 Dk=ikf,, b. jiar'.h 26, iSo:. m. Elisha J. Hewitt. 

176 I 

ANDREW GALLUP {Hcnry\ Bcnadam\ Benadam\ John\ 
John'), son of Henry and Hannah (Mason) Gallup, was born in 
Groton, Conn., June 26, 1761; married Nancy Weldon, De- 
cember 16, 1792. ■: 



GALLUP FAMILY. 69 

Andrew Gallup was a brave soldier of the Revolution, was 
at the massacre at Fort Griswold, September 6, 1781, where he 
was severely wounded. He was an artillery man of the regular 
jjarrison; while working his gun before the co cure of the fort, 
he was struck by a musket ball coming through the embrasure, 
passing through his hip. He said he would have had another 
shot at the British if the boy who was bringing the cartridge 
from the magazine had not been killed and himself hit before 
another could pick up and bring along the charge. He was 
soon taken away from his post at the gun, and laid helpless on 
the gTOimd out of the way, facing the north gate, and saw while 
lying thus the enemy rush in through the gateway, and heard 
the shout of the British officer at the head of the advancing 
column: "Who commands this post ?" and the reply of Colonel 
Ledyard, as he advanced to meet him, handing him his sword : 
"I did, but you do now," which the officer took, and infuriated 
by the unexpected slaughter, immediately plunged it into 
Ledyard's breast. Mr. Gallup quite naturally remarked when- 
ever he told it, " I'd have given anything in the world to have 
been on my feet then." Afterward he was stabbed with a 
bayonet as he lay helpless on the ground, the point striking a 
rib glanced to one side, making a long though not a deep 
wound, leaving a large scar; he was also stabbed in the arm. 
He was one of the wounded soldiers who were put in a cart or 
wagon and sent rolling down the hill, while suffering intense 
pain from his wounds. Possessing a strong and vigorous con- 
stitution, he recovered from these severe \V(.)unds, though he 
rclt the effect of this battle long afterwards; pieces of the bone 
came from the wound in his hip for years after. After the 
war he settled in Groton as a farmer, and despite the sufferings 
of his early life, he lived to the advanced age of nearly 93 
years, dying at his home in Ledyard. March 16, 1853. 

Children : 
*iT- !?■..,„ u T t „ ♦March r6, 1S2-5, Benj. Rouse, 

417 El.mce, b. Jan. 16. 1794. rr^.J d. July 2, 187;. 

i March 15, 1S29, Asa Barnes; 
*4i3. Nancy, b. Oct. 15, 1795, m. -: second, Charles Buttolph, d. 

' Feb. 2, r'75. 

i:o Hakriki. b. Sejjt. jo. 179^, d. -April iS. r--?-. a.^ed -t 

..,,- c, \ 1 T 1 - * Sept. 13, 1^22, iJennison. 

4-'o bARAH Ai.i.vN, b. ulv 27, roo4, m. • ', ,• ^ . 

■' - ' / d. Sept. 2u, i.-)22. 

"4-1 Amjrku Hi.\k-., b. March 2'j, i-ii. d. May 15, iSoO. 

' *-2 A>.\ L, MAN. b. Feb. 22. [^14, m. l^cc. 9, 1340, Eliza (killup. 



70 GENEALOGY OF 

177 

JARED" GALLUP {Hcnry\ Bcnadaui\ Benadaui\ John\ 
John^), son of Henr\^ and Hannah (Mason) Gallup, born 
November 22, 1767, at Groton, Conn., married Mary Whipple, 
who was born April 4, 1774. He was a ship master and Justice 
of the Peace in Preston, and prominent in the affairs of the 
town; died October 28, 1S68; his wife died in 1842. 

Chil^iren : 
*423 Joseph Henry, b. Sept. 14, i3o8. 
*424 Henry Joseph, b. Feb. 11, 1810. 

185 

LOIS' GALLUP {Xathan\ Bcnadam\ Benada»i\ John\ 
John^), daughter of Nathan and Sarah (Giddings) Gallup, born 
October 17, 1768, married Captain Jacob Morgan, 1787. Cap- 
taimMorgan, born September 18, 1768, died in Berne, Albany 
county, N. Y., December 15, 1855; his wife, Lois (Gallup) 
Morgan, died March 19, 184 1. 

Children : 
Jacob Morgan, Jr., b. April 20, 1789, m. Lucretia Fanning, Jan. 

31, 1813. 

b. Aug. 16, 1792, m. Jos. Strong, March 10, 1808. 
b. Feb. 9, 1795, m. Mary Carpenter in 1S20. 
b. March 31, 1797, m. Williams Fish, Nov. 27, 1814. 
b. Sept. 24, 1799, n^- Ann Allen. Nov. 15, 1823. 
b. Dec. 2, 1803. m. Ed.\vard Aiken, Sept. 26, 1S23. 



Lois 

William A. 
Eunice 

Nathan Gallup 
Adaline 



181 

^lARY" GALLUP {Xat/tan\ Be;iadaiii\ Bcnadaiii\ Johu\ 
JoJin') daughter of Colonel Nathan and Sarah (Giddings) Gallup, 
bom January 31, 1759, married Henry Denison in 1778, son of 
Daniel and Esther (Wheeler) Deni.son ; lived in Knox, N. Y. 
She died January, 1843; he died in Stonington in 1836. 

Children : 
Sarah Denison, b. Dec. 9, 17^^, d. in 1817, unmarried. 
Henry " b. May 15, 1783, m. Deborah Pierce. 

Mary " b. in 1785, d. young. 

Daniel " b. March 31, 1787; a physician in Pompey. N. Y. 

Mary " b. May 17, 1789, m. Amos Crary, April 14, iSii; she died 

July 28, 1840, in Kno.x, X. Y. 
(jiUEoN " b. Feb. 4, 1793, d. Feb. 1^26, unmarried. 

^'J^^ " b. Jan. 21, 1796, m. John S. Freeman, 1-130. d. April 25, 1559. 

EviHKK " b. May 22, i vx^ m. x\ns'm H. Tayl.;r. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 71 

182 

JACOB" GALLUP {Xathan\ Bcnadavi\ Benadajn\ JoJin\ 

John'), son of Nathan and Sarah (Giddings) Gallup, born July 

26, 1761; married Rebecca Morgan of Groton, January ri, 

1784, died 1798; his wife died in Goshen, Conn., July 3, 1834. 

Children : 

. „ I. /-x i. ^ - < Averv' AUvn of Grotou, March 2S, 

*425 Rebecca, b. Oct. 6, 1755, m. - -, - 

( ISO/. 

. ^ , V A -1 - " i Parthenia Morgan. 

*426 Jacob, b. Apnl 24, i7^7. m. -J g^^^ g-^j 

*427 Lucy, b. March 22, 17S9, m. Israel Allyn, moved to Ohio. 

*423 Lois, b. April 17, 1791, m. Charles Allyn of Groton. 

429 Ebe.nezek, b. July S, 1793, d. July 2, 1794. 

430 Temperance, b. April 29, 1795, m. Oliver Dodge. 

*43i Lydia, b. July 5, 1797, m. Le^^-is C. Wadhams, Goshen, Conn. 

[Mrs. Rebecca (Morgan) Gallup, married second, Ephraim Allyn. 
They had five children.] 

183 

CHRISTOPHER' GALLUP (Xaf/ian\ Benadam\ Bcn- 
adam\ John-, John'), son of Nathan and Sarah (Giddings) Gal- 
lup, bom June 22, 1764, married Mrs. Martha (Stanton) Pren- 
tice, April 13, 1790, died July 30, 1849; his wife died Febru- 
ary 12, 1818. 

Children : 

432 Asa, b. Dec. 17, 1792. 

*433 Elizabeth, b. Jan. 21, 1795, m. Warren Williams, Jan. 12. 1S15. 

434 Martha, b. Sept. 26, 1796. 

435 Sarah, b. Aug. 9. i3o3. 

*436 Jllia a. b. July 26. 1307, m, Jos. S. Williams, Dec. j-j, i;-4- 

*437 CukisiopHER M. b. Nov. 25. 1S09. 

186 

LODOWICK" GALLUP {Nathafi\ Benadam\ Bcuadam\ 
John"", John'), son of Nathan and Sarah (Giddings) Gallup, bom 
in Ledyard, Conn., January 23, 1773; married Margaret Phelps 
of Litchfield, Conn., Februar}' 28, 1779. 

Children : 
43- Li 'V K. b. May ir, 1801. 

43'y Nv!i!A-., b. Jan. 24, 1S03. 

[Nathan graduated at Yale College, also Jefferson Medical College. 
Philadelphia, and died there just after graduation ; unmarried. ) 



72 



GENEALOGY OF 



440 Cecelia. b. Nov. 7, 1S04, m. Giles Williams, Dec. 6, 1S69. 

441 Louisa, b. Jan. 21, 1S07, d. March 6, 1S91. 
*442 LoodwicK C. b. Feb. 11, 1S09. 

443 Oliver E. b. April 24, iSii, d. Aug. 31, 1S34; unmarried. 

*444 Fa.nny 'SI. b. March 2, 1S14. 

445 Lawiston, b. Nov. 15, iSr6. 
[Lawiston graduated from Castleton ^ledical College, Vt, became 

a practising physician in New York city, died Aug. 28, 1848; 
unmarried.] 

*446 Asa Ora.n, b. Jan. 31, 1S19. 

John P. b. Dec. 14, 1S21, d, Dec. 13, 1831. 

*447 DwiGHT, b. April 14, 1825. 

4|8 Margaret, b. Dec. 30, 1828. 



ISS 

ROBERT^ GALLUP {7Vw^;urs P\, Benadam\ Bcnadam\ 
Johti\ John'), son of Thomas P. and Prudence (Allyn) Gallup^ 
born at Groton, Conn., April 30, 1760, married Polly Baker. 

He was a Revolutionary soldier, was severely wounded at 
the battle of Groton Height.s, September 6, 1781; one of the 
brave men who fought with the gallant Colonel Ledyard. 
Preserved almost as by a miracle from death on Groton 
Heights, he went to the State of New York about the year 
^1806, and was one of the first settlers of the town of Plvmouth. 
The thrilling story of his escape from death was wonderful to 
the young men of Plymouth. One of them, no longer voung, 
writes in this manner: "I can well remember th^e story he 
used to tell us children of being taken prisoner, and ordered to 
say, ' God bless the king, ' and how he changed the phraseolog}'. 
And then he would tell us of the terrible massacre at Fort 
Griswold, of the brave defence made by Colonel Ledyard and 
his little band of volunteers, his lips quivering with agitation 
at the thought of the brutality of the British soldiers, of how 
the enemy came marching up the hill, captured the lower fort, 
and then rushed pell mell in upon them, of how he was 
wounded in the side just before the final assault, and awakened 
from a swoon in time to see the sword plunged into Colonel 
'■'■•-•''\^'^ '^ brcu.^t; and then came the slaughter of the men. and 
i-i-^t of all the wounded soldiers were collected in a cart and 
sent rolling down the hill among the rocks and stumps." 



GATJ.TJP FAMILY. 73 

Mr. Gallup was one of those sent on that terrible ride, but 
more fortunate than others, he was thrown out part way down 
the hill, and lay bleeding and groaning on the green sward. 
He had just raised himself on his elbow, and plunged his 
thumb into his wound to check the flow of blood, when a 
British soldier struck him with his musket and run him through 
with a bayonet. Insensibility followed, and for the rest of the 
day he lay as one dead, utterly oblivious of the burning and 
plundering across the river. He was found in this condition 
the next morning by his mother, who went to the fort searching 
for him. 

His life at Plymouth was that of a quiet farmer, he took a 
live interest in the prosperity of the new town. After the 
death of his wife he left Plymouth to live with his married 
daughter in Greene. It was here that he died. The battle 
scarred remains of the veteran were taken back to Plymouth, 
and laid beside those of his wife. At his grave is a simple 
marble slab with this inscription: 



ROBERT GALLUR, 

Died August 20, 1858, 

AGED 9S YEARS, 3 MONTHS AND 20 DAYS. 

A Soldier of the Revolution Wounded at Fort Grisw^ld. 



A small United States flag floats over the mound, and a 
wreath of faded flowers tells the story of the devotion of some 
of Plymouth's little girls to the Fort Griswold veteran who is 
buried near their home. Each Memorial Day they pay their 
loving tribute to his memor}', and on September 6, 1891, the 
anniversary" of the battle, a new flag and a fresh bunch of 
flowers were deposited there. 

Children : 

449 Robert, b. New London Co.. Conn., m. \ — Kennedy, went to Penn- 
-' ' / sylvania, and died there. 

., r. 1- .> .. _ i Rev. Levi Gardner, Baptist 

450 Polly. b. m. J Min.. Oneida Co.. N.Y. 

451 Frederick, b. " " d- inPlj-mouth; unmarried. 

452 Orrilla, b. " " May 27. i3o2. 

[Orrilla married February 5, 1324, Erastuii Foote, si.n of Samuel and 
Sybil Foote of I'i\p.iouth. Mr. Foote was a la.vyer, lived ir. t-'iy- 
m.outh ar.d in 'irtene, X. Y., later removed to Milwaukee. V,':^.. 
where he became a judge, 'lied t:;ere February i^. 1S7;, ii'^e'l 75. 
Mrs. Foote is now ([-',2; living with tier son Robert in \V;i--h:ug:on, 
Kansas, aged ::;.] 



74 



GEXEALOGY OF 



Francis Helen Foote 
Mary P. 
Robert E. 
Fannie M. 
Erastus D. 
Frederick " 

[Erastus D. Foote 
daughter of Rev. 
June 13, 1S44.] 



Their Children : 

both died youne. ^^^ 

^ ^ [Kansas. 

b. at Ph-mouth, Oct. 26, 1S30, now of Washington, 

b. " June 14, 1832. 

b. " July 23, 1S34. 

b. at Greene, Oct. 22, 1837, d. Sept. 13, 183S. 

married September S, 1S61, Cora M. Clemens, 

S. W. Clemens, who was bom at Hyde Park, Vt. , 



Their Children : 



Frances H. 
Willi A.M E. 
Fred. Lovell 
Robert C. 
Bessie B. 
^Iudred 



Foote, b. at Iron Ridge, Wis.. June 

" b. " " Sept 

b. at Fox Lake, " Nov. 



b. at Waupun, 
b. 



24, 1S62, d. iS63. 
i3, 1863. 
8, 1S69, d. 1873. 



Jan. 18, 1872. 

Feb. 23, 1873, d. 1873. 

March 18, 1876. 



192 

General JOHN' GALLUP {Josepk\ Joseph\ Bcnadam\ 
John'', John^), son of Joseph and Mary (Gardner) Gallup, bom 
at Groton, Conn., July 17. 1758, married Hannah Denison of 
Stonington. Conn., January 3, 17S2. There is a tradition in 
the family that he was an officer in the war of the Revolution, 
and that he often told of the battles in which he was engaged. 
Soon after the close of the war he removed with his cousins. 
Samuel Gallup and brothers, to Albany Co., N. Y. He settled 
in the town of Knox, and after the death of General Todd he 
was promoted to brigadier general. He died December 8, 
1S25; his wife died September i, 1830. 

Children : 



453 John Gardner, 

454 Llcreti.\, 

454 H.\NNAH, 

*456 Daniel, 

*457 Joseph, 

458 Mary, 

Al'\ Bl-.KI,K D. 
" i*"-) <il K1H7N. 

*i''i EvniF.R. 



b. Aug. 2, 1783, m. 



\ Ann B. Denison, d. Nov. 



( 20, 1804. 



[1870. 



b. Aug. 22, 1784, m. Henr>' Gardner, d. Sept 16, 

b. May 3, 1786, m. NathanCrarv'.d. July 23, 1873. 

b. Sept 12, 1789. 

b. Dec. 9, 1 791. 

b. Jan. 23, 1794, d. March 11, 18S0. 

b. April 22. 1796, unmarried, d. Auc^. 25, 1S43. 

b. Junu 12. 1798. 

, T 1 .-> * Ebenezer Deni-^un. d. la::. 

b. Julv 19, iboo, m. • , ,, •' 

■' ■ ' / icj, i-;>4. 

4''- J"!i\ Gakij.nkr (2d), b. .Sept. 15, i5o5, unmarried, d. LJce. 21, iSS5. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 75 

198 

GURDON' GALLUP {Joscph\ Joscph\ Benadain\ JoJm\ 
/ohn^), son of Joseph and Mary (Gardner) Gallup, bom at 
Groton, Conn., December i8, 1771; married Sibell Capron of 
Preston, Conn., February 15, 1795. She was the daughter of 
Giles and Lucy Capron, and was bom February 25, 1771. 
Gurdon died at Noank, Conn., December 17, 1847; his wife, 
Sibell, died at Waterford, Conn., April 9, 1852, aged 81. They 
are buried at Poquonoc Bridge, in the Ashley burying ground. 

Children : 

*463 Lucy, b. Nov. 5, 1796. 

464 Gurdon, b. May 16, 179S. 

465 Grace, b. Oct. 16, 1799. 

466 Frederic, b. May 29, iSoi. 

*467 Joseph, b. May 2, 1803, m. Abby Ann Denison, Nov. 3, 1825. 
*468 Giles, b. May 17, 1S05. 

469 M.\Rv A. b. Nov. 17, 1S07. 

470 S.xBRA, b. Nov. ii, 1S09. 
*47i Franklin, b. Aug. 18, 181 2. 

JOSEPH' GALLUP {Elisha\ Joscph\ Bcnadam\ John\ 
John}), son of Elisha and Mercy (Denison) Gallup, born in 
Stonington, Conn., October 18, 1760; went with his father to 
Hartland, Vt., in 1778; married Miriam Brigham of Grafton. 
Mass., and removed to Melbourne, P. Q., Canada, about i8oo, 
where he died February 18, 1849; his wife died ]^Iarch 16, 1S23. 

Children : 

472 Mercy, b. at Hartland, Vt, June 19, 1785, m. Nathaniel Weed of 

Melbourne, P. Q., d. Nov. 17, 1362. 
*473 Ezekiel, b. " July 6, 17S7. 

*474 Joseph, b. " June 2, 1789. 

*475 Zadock, b. " June 27, 1791. 

*476 George, b. at Brookfield, Vt, Sept 15, 1793. 
477 Martha, b. " Sept 5, 1795, m. Frederick T. Gallup 

of Hartland, Vt, d. Sept 29, 1872. 
*47S Elisha, b. " Feb. 15, 1798. 

479 Miriam, b. " Aug. 25, ivxj, m. William Ni.\on, VA}.. 

d. June II, 1S45. 
4^0 Eunice, b. at Melbourne, P. Q., Jan. 2, 1-05, m. James Morgan of 

Hartland, \'t., d. April 2;, 1-71. 



76 GENEALOGY OF 



206 



ELISHA^' GALLUP {Elislia\ Joseph \ Benadain\ John\ 

John^), son of Elisha and Mercy (Denison) Gallup, born in 

Stonington, Conn., April 30, 1766, went with his father to 

Hartland, \"'t. , in 1778; married Hannah Allen, lived and died 

in Hartland, Vt. 

C/iildren : 

*4Si Frederick T. 
4S2 James A. 

207 

EDWARD' GALLUP {Elislia\ Joseph^ Bcimdam\ John\ 
John^), son of Elisha and Mercy (Denison) Gallup, bom in 
Stonington, Conn., December 31, 176S, went to Hartland, Vt., 
in 1778, married Rhoda Weed and removed to Melbourne, 
Canada. 

218 

Dr. JOSEPH ADAM" GALLUP {\Viliiam\ Joseph\ Bcna- 
da?n^, Jo/ui^, John^), son of William. and Lucy (Denison) Gallup, 
bom in Stonington, Conn., March 30, 1769, married Abigail 
Willard, September, 1792, died in Woodstock, Vt. , October 
12, 1849. 

Dr. Gallup had not the advantages of a collegiate training, 
although he received a verv' thorough education, and in 179S 
was graduated as bachelor in medicine at Dartmouth College. 
Practised medicine a few years in Hartland, Vt. , and Bethel, 
Windsor County, Vt. , whence he removed to Woodstock, in 
January, iSoo. His first writings appeared in 1802 in the 
Ver))io)it Gazette, published at Windsor, and attracted early 
attention. For three years, commencing in 1820, he was presi- 
dent of, and a professor in the institution at Castleton, \'t. , 
then called the Castleton Medical Academy, and was also for 
several years a lecturer in the medical department of the 
L'niversity of Vermont. He subsequently established the 
Medical Institution at Woodstock, called at the outset the 
^''inical '<S':.-^'. ui AIi^il:!;;r;e. and deli".'ered his iirst course of 
ie'^iures there m the spring of 1.^27. This hcliuih atterward be- 
came the Vermont Medical College, and was incorporated in 
'•'^55. In 1815, he published "Sketches of Epidemic Diseases 



GALLUP FAMILY. 77 

in the State of Vermont," to which are added "Remarks on 
Pulmonar}' Consumption," which was republished in England. 
He published in 1S22 his "Pathological Reflections on the 
Supertonic State of Diseases," besides other pamphlets, and in 
1839 his more considerable work in two volumes, entitled 
"Outlines of the Institutes of Medicine Founded on the Phil- 
osophy of the Human Economy in Health and Disease." 

Children : 

483 Lewis F. b. May 22, 1793. 

454 Harriet A. b. Oct. 10, 1794. 

455 George G. b. March 16, 1S06. 



^^^^^^^ 



SEVENTH GEXERATIOX. 



226 

THOMAS" GALLUP i/o/in\ fsaar, John\ John\ John\ 
Joliii') son of John and Hannah (Douglass) Gallup, bom at 
Voluntown, June 4, 1777, married Esther Westcott, Februan' 
7, 1799, and removed to Brookfield, Mass., where he lived a 
farmer till his death, October 3, 1847; his wife died March 29, 
1873, ^t the advanced age of 93. 

Children : 
*4S5 Silas, b. March 15, 1800. 

*486 Nantv W. b. May 2. iSoi. m. \ ^^^^f '"f Wood, Dec. 1S23, 
- / d. April 3, 1.579. 

4S7 John W. b. Jan. 26, iSo3, d. Nov. 5, r333. 

*488 Alfred E. b. June 18, 1S08. 

*489 Benadam, b. June 21, 1810. 



78 GENEALOGY OF 

227 

ISAAC GALLUP {John\ Isaac \ John\ Jolin\ JoJui\ 
John''), son of John and Hannah (Douglass) Gallup, bom at 
Voluntown. February' 19, 17S1, married Olive Park, daughter 
of Douglass Park of Plainfield, Conn., November 19, 18 19. He 
remained on the homestead of his father, taking care of his 
widowed mother and her family; died December 4, 1850; his 
wife lived to the age of 92, enjoying the respect and esteem of 
the community in which she lived, a Christian woman through- 
out her life; died April 18, 1S87. 

Children : 

*490 John D., b. OcL i, 1S20. 

491 Martha M. b. March 10, 1822. 

492 William \V. b. Oct. 19, 1523, d. in Illinois, May 29, 1S56. 
*493 James H. b. Aug. 9, 1S25. 

f^ \ u ^ -1 - i William M. Johnson, and lives 

494 Clarissa A. b. Apnl 7, 1527, m. - . tj 1 1 „ r- 
^'^ ^ " " ( at Brooklyn, Conn. 

*495 Ralph P. b. Feb. 28, 1S29. 

*496 NoYEs B. b. Jan. 12, 1331. 

*497 Charles E. b. March 26, 1S33. 

495 Olive D. b. Jan. 21, 1834. 

[She was a graduate of the Normal School at New Britain, Conn., 
in 1S64, and was a successful teacher a number of years; she 
died Aug. 4, 1877.] 

T A u -vr 1, c i lives on the homestead of his father 

499 JARED A. b. March 10, 1S37, -J ^^ Vduntown. 

*5oo Sarah B. b. March 16, 1S44. 



230 

HANNAH' GALLUP {John\ Isaar. John\ John\ Jo]in\ 
JoJiii^)^ daughter of John and Hannah (Douglass) Gallup, bom 
November 23, 1789, married Benjamin Briggs, 1818, died 1838. 



Harvey Briggs. 
John G. 

Is.\AC 

Mary Ann 

Allen 
Bk.njanun 
Eliza],kth 
c hkoline 



Children : 
m. Abby Cook, now of Dodge Co,, Minn. 

„ ( Albert Frink of Plainfield, Conn., now of Ster- 
m. -. ,■ -> 
I ling. Conn. 



m. Lewis Buck, now of Cheney, Minn. 
m. Nel.Non Frink of Plainfield, Conn. 



GALLUP fa:mily. 79 

236 

FRANCIS^ GALLUP {Xatluiiuel\ Isaac', John\ JoJin\ 
John'', John^), son of Nathaniel and Rachel (Smith) Gallup, 
born at Sterling, Conn., January 12, 1797, married Hannah 
Rice of Coventry, R. L, who was born May 9, 1799. They 
settled on the homestead of his father, where they lived until 
his death, September 27, 1874; his wife died October 2, 1S76. 

Children : 
501 Calvin, b. Nov. 29, 1S26. 

[Leaving home at an early age, Calvin was employed in Massachusetts 
and Connecticut in manufacturing enterprises, and later visited 
Europe, the West Indies, and California, was an extensive lumber 
dealer in the Mississippi Valley : died Xov. 2S, 1S92, at Oneida, N.Y., 
at the home of his sister, Mrs. Kennedy.] 
*502 Phebe, b. March 10, 1S2S, m. John Kennedy, June 15, 1S51. 

503 Nathaniel, b. June 22, 1S30, d. Aug. 16, 1S56. 

( Miner Peckham of Providence, R. 

504 Em.mellne, b. March 29, 1S32, m. -, L, Feb. 2, 1863; now living at 

( Plaintield, Conn. 

505 Melinda, b. April 23, 1S34. 

506 George, b. July iS, 1S36, d. Aug. 15, 1S54. 

507 Alfred, b. April 10, 1S39, a lumber dealer in North Carolina. 
50S Mary A. b. April 10, 1S43, d. June iS, 1867. 

241 

JOHN A.' GALLUP {Bt';!a(/am\ lsaac\ John\ John\ JoJui\ 
John'), son of Benadam and Elizabeth (Dorrance) Gallup, bom 
at Sterling-, Conn., April 6, 1795, married Polly Barber, No- 
vember 26, 1818, who was bom Augaist 6, 1801. He first 
settled in Sterling, a farmer, and afterwards removed to 
Illinois, where he died June 16, 1S75; ^^^ wife died October 

'3, 1863. 

Children : 

*5og Benjamin A. b. Aug. 2S, 1819. 
*5io Daniel, b. May 11, 1822. 

*5ii Orrin, b. Feb. 16, 1824. 

i Horace Windsor, April 7, 1S45; 
lived first at Sterling, removed 
to Dwight, 111., in 1S54. 
'513 Leonard H. b. Jan. 12, 1828. 

514 Cynthia, died in infancy. 

''515 Rallh W. b. Feb. 14, 1334. 
-A<> Miranua, b. Sept. 4, 1-39, d. Dec. 20, 1857. 

*.,_ T, V, /-^ t - ^ Erastus Kneeland, lived in Illinois, 

:.. DiANA, b. Oct. 13. 1041, m. -; ^^;^,^ ^^p^_ j^ j3^,^ 



80 GENEALOGY OF 

2A2 

NATHANIEL' GALLUP {Bcnadavi', Isaac\ John\ John\ 
Jo/in", John^), son of Benadam and Elizabeth (Dorrance) Gallup, 
born at Sterling-, Conn., August 19, 1798, married Sally Barber, 
May 14, 181 7, and lived in Sterling- on the homestead of his 
father; died May 2, 1856; his wife died November 11, 1885. 

Children : 

*5i8 Margaret, b. Dec. S, 1S19, m. Joseph Noon. 

[Lived at Worcester, Mass., afterward at Peterboro, N. H., died 1SS5.] 
*5ig Sally M. b. March iS, 1S21, m. Chester Bailey, Jan. 6, 1S50. 

[Lived at Springfield, Mass., died Nov. 10, 1S56.] 
520 Lucy A. b. June 15, 1823. 
*52i James, b. Nov. 13, 1S25. 

*522 Joseph, b. Sept. 4, 1S27. 

523 Elizabeth, b. April 22, 1S30, m. Benjamin Lee Gallup, Jan. 6, 1S50. 
[Lived at Ashford, Conn., afterward at Brooklyn, N. Y. , now living at 

Providence, R. L] 

TT V, Af u o \ George B. Matheson, Feb. 22, 1S6;, 

524 Hannah, b. March 13, 1S33, m. ■< r * .. ta ■ ^ or 
■' ^ J. jj- ^ lives at Providence, R. L 

*525 Nathaniel, b. Oct. iS, 1S35. 

*526 Chancey, b. Oct. 4, 1839. 

527 Martha, b. March 2, 1S42, m. Sanford J. Sherman, Dec. 20, 1S60. 

[Lives at Colchester, Conn. Mr. Sherman died Dec. 9, 1S91.] 



2A3 

CHESTER' GALLUP {Benadam\ Isaac\ John\ John\ 
Jo/vi'^, John''), son of Benadam and Elizabeth (Dorrance) Gallup, 
bom at Sterling, Conn., April 10, 1801, married Mary Barber, 
September 22, 1822, and lived first at Voluntown and at Plain- 
field, Conn., removed to Wilmington, Clinton Co., Ohio, in 
1848, where he died November 5, 1886; his wife died October 
30, 1885. 

Children : 

528 Delxv, m. Thomas Tiffany, lives in Plainfield, Conn. 

*529 Horace, b. Aug. 2, 1827. 
*iy> Ali'Ha, b. June S, 1S29. 

*53i Henkv C. b. April 10, 1S31. 

532 Harriet M. b. April 30, 1S34, m. Colvin, and lives m Ohio. 

53.3 Aiiiiv J. b. Jan. 25, 1836, m. David Ruddock, lives m Ohio. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 81 

246 

ERASTUS^ GALLUP ( \VilUaui\ Isaac', John\ John\ John\ 
John'), son of William and Amy Gallup, born at Voluntown, 
September 25, 1795, married Judith Rauthman, March 22, 1S21, 
lived at Sterling and Plainfield, died at Plainfield, November 
19, 1876; wife died at Brooklyn, N. Y., May 10, 1885. 

Children : 

534 Isaac, ■ b. Aug. 4, 1S21, died April, 1884. 

535 Dennison E. b. March 29, 1823, m. and lived in Rhode Island, d. 1SS4. 

536 Clarissa, b. Feb. 26, 1825, died young. 

537 Celia, b. Dec. 15, 1826, m. Joseph Gallup, d. 1S77. 

53S Benjamin Lee, b. Jan. 4, 1829, m. Elizabeth, daughter of Nathaniel 
Gallup of Sterling, Conn., Jan. 6, 1850, lived at Ashford, Conn., after- 
ward at New York city and Brookh-n, N. Y. , and are now living at 
Providence, R. I. 
*53g KiNNE, b. Feb. 16, 1831. 

540 William, b. Jan. 30, 1840, died young. 

250 

NELSON^ GALLUP ( \Villiam\ Isaac\ John\ John\ John\ 
Jo/ill'), son of William and Amy Gallup, born February' 20, 
1805, at Voluntown, married Betsy Tanner, "July 18, 1824. 

Children : 

541 Ro.KY S. b. Oct. 18, 1S24. m. George Dawley, d. Dec. 9, iSSi. 
*542 Horace W. b. Oct. 21, 1827. 
*543 John N. b. Sept. i, 1829. 

249 

Dr. ALBAX WILLL\M' GALLUP ( William', Isaac', John\ 
John'', John^, John'), son of William and Amy Gallup, bom 
December 31, 1S03. Married first, Susanna Waldo, August 29, 
1822, who died July 13, 1825; married second, LydiaTillinghast, 
September 7, 1828, died March 6, 1832; married third, Sally 
Spalding-, February 4, 1839. Lived at West Greenwich, R. L, 
and died at Plainfield, Conn., April 2, 1879. Dr. Gallup was 
engaged in mercantile business for ten years, was Judge of the 
Court of Common Picas of Kent Co., R. L, from 1S40 to 1S43, 
ennumerated the census of West Greenwich in 1850, and 
practised medicine for forty years. 

6 



82 GENEALOGY OF 

Children by First Marriage : 

-, , „ ^ , ( ZephaniahBrowTi. Tune, I S47, lives 

544 Mekcv M. b. Oct. I, 1S23, m. -^ y^ ^y^g^ Greenwich. R. I. 

545 Susanna W. b. July 4. 1S25, m. Nathaniel L. Stanton, Sept. 17, 1S43. 

Children by Second Marriage : 

*646 William A. b. July 5, 1S29. 

i Albert Brown, Sept. 1S43 ; married 
547 Eunice L. b. Feb. 4, 1S31, m. -| second, Henry R. Brown, Uve at 

( Hopkinton, R. I. 

Children by Third Marriage : 

54S Harriet E. b. Jan. 6, 1S41, d. July 3, 1542. 
*549 Joseph S. b. April 5, 1S43. 
*55o Herman B. b. Oct. 23, 1S44. 
*55i Isaac B. b. Aug. 16, 1S46. 

552 AdelaideA. b. March 17, 1S51, d. Sept. 2, 1877. 
*553 Charles N. b. Aug. 2, 1S52. 

257 

THOMAS^ GALLUP [John\ fohn\ JoJin\ John\ Johii\ 
John'), son of John and Lydia (Randall) Gallup, born in Volun- 
town, Conn., April 17, 1775, married April 5, 1794, Lucy 
Gallup, daughter of Benjamin and Amy (Kinne) Gallup, born 
in Voluntown, Conn., May 17, 1776. They removed to Paris, 
N. Y., in 18 1 5, where he died March 4, 1845, and his wife 
died March 22, 1853. 

Cftildren : 



7. 1799. ra. Daniel (lallup. May 26, 1^20. 
2S, 1S04, m. Asher (iailup, i52S. 
2S, i-oi. 
20, iSiu, m. George F. Post, d. Sept. 2'). iS7(). 

7, i3i5, d. March 7, i3i6, at Paris, X. Y. 
12, 1818, d. at Paris, N. Y. 



263 

NATHANIEL C. ' GALLUP ( \Vheckr\ John\ John\ John'[ 
John'', John'), son of Wheeler and Elizabeth (Cogswell) Gallup. 
bom in Voluntown, Conn., March 15, 1787, married Dinah 
Edmunds of Griswold, C(jnn., ]^Iarch 3, 180S; she died April 
30. 182O. He removed to McKean Co., Pa., about 1815, and 
married second, Indiana Arnold. 



554 William, 


b. 


Marc 


555 PliKliE, 


b. 


Oct. 


556 L'lIMA, 


b. 


Nov. 


5:7 Th'ima;, R 


b. 


Jun. 


550 Mercv D. 


b. 


July 


559 Benjamin, 


b. 


Aug 


560 Ezr.\, 


b. 


July 



GALLUP fa:mily. 83 

Children by First Marriage: 

*56i Jaijez F. b. at Voluntown, March 19, 1S09. 

*562 Andrew E. b. " SepL iS, iSio. 

*563 Orrin W. b. " July 17, 1812. 

♦564 Nathaniel C. b. " March 14. 1S14. 

*565 Daniel, b. in McKean Co., Pa. 

566 Calafora, b. 
*567 Eben, b. 

*56S Orlando, b. 

*569 Philetus, b. 

*57o Al?"red D. b. 

Child by Second Marriage : 

571 Arnold, b. in McKean Co., Pa., m. Beckwith. 

266 

WHEELERS GALLUP, Jr. {\Vhcelcr\ JoJni\ John\ John\ 
Jolui^^ Jo/ui'), son of Wheeler and Elizabeth (Cogswell) Gallup, 
bom September 30, 1793. married Mary Gallup, daughter of 
Nathan and Zerniah Gallup, July 2, 1S15. Removed to Penn- 
sylvania, and married second wife, Edith Arnold. 
Children by First Marriage : 

r- -u c ^ - £ i Daniel T. Kinne, Dec. i, 1S44. now 

572 Elvira, b. Sept. 15, i5i6. m. -j ^. Canterbury-, Conn. 

*573 Henry \V, b. Jan. 2, 1819. 

Children by Second Marriage : 

574 Elizabeth, b. in Pennsylvania, m. Thomas Brooks. 

575 Alma, b. " m. E. Smith. 

576 Viola, b. " m. Israel Moore. 

267 

JOHN' GALLUP {Xathan\ John\ John\ John\ J':r'i\ 
Jo/tn^)^ son of Nathan and Zerniah Gallup, bom at Sterling, 
Conn., February 25, 1787, married Matilda Kinne of Volun- 
town Conn., May 9, 181 6, and settled on a farm at Sterling. 
He was an active influential member of the Baptist Church, 
■.::'.ing liberally for its support. Died April 10, 1864; hi.s -.vife 

'••'.-■fl December, 1885. 

Children : 

*'','. Daniel A. b. March 21. 1S19. 

..or T- r. r- ^ ^ i Charles Williams, lived in Brook- 

:,") Lucy E. b. Sept. 3, 1S21. m. - , „ ^, , -,' „ ^^., 

' -" ^ lyn. Conn., a. Jan. 29, 1*504. 

-_„ r> T- 1, c- i. - o ( Minor Peckham, Aug. 19, 1S44. Lived 

.-9 Rachel E. b. Sept. is. 1S23, m. ] in Providence, R.I. d. Feb. i.. 1562. 



84 GENEALOGY OF 

( Elisha Park, lived Providence, R.I., 
^So Okka E. b. Jan. S, tS2^, m. -| afterwards at Sterling, Conn., d. 

( May 26, iSSi. 

551 Benjamin, b. April 27, 1S2S, d.*Nov. i, 1630. 

552 HiLDAH A. b. Dec. 26. 1S30, m. -j Jf.^^P^ ^J^r ' ^^\'\i'^'l- ^'^'^"^ ""^ 
^ ( Lrnswold, Conn., d. March 26, IS73. 

553 Ezra A. b. Nov. 9, 1S34, d. Oct. i, 1S36. 

271 

SAMUEL' GALLUP {Xat/ian\ John\ John\ John\ JoJin\ 
John^), son of Nathan and Zerniah Gallnp, bom in 1797, married 
]\Iaria Park, and lived tirst on the homestead of his father at 
Sterling, Conn., aftenvards removed to Lisbon, Conn.; died 
June 22, 1881 ; his wife died January 26, 1866. 

Children : 

554 AvERiLi., b. Sept 21, 1S25, d. June 3, 13S3. 

*535 John R. b. Oct 3, 1S27. 

-OA -D w-,,r-r -K T-,r, t c tq^, ^ \ EH Hvde, Dcc. 26, 1864, lives in Lis- 
5S0 Kachel, b. Ian. 10, 1S31, m. - , -^ ' ^ 

^ -' ( oon, Conn. 

*587 DwiGHT, b. April 12, 1S35. 

272 

NATHAN' GALLUP {Xathan\ [oJin\ John\ John\ John\ 
Jolui^)^ son of Nathan and Zerniah Gallup, born at Sterling-, 
Conn., January 2, 1801, married Sally Hall of Sterling, Sep- 
tember 25, 1 82 2. and lived at Windham, Conn., a farmer; she 
died March 14. 1843. Mr. Gallup married second, !Mrs. Esther 
Gallup, December 18. \'^\i. who died May 5, 1S71; he died 

(Jctfjber 9, 1S78. 

C/uldren : 

553 Jllia a. b. May 10, 1S24, d. Oct. iS, 1525. 

589 Eliza A. b. Oct 18, 1825, m. \ ^^"r>' Starkweather. Aug. 27. 1S44. 
^ ^' / d. bept 22, 1871. 

590 E.MMA. b. March 5, 1S27. m. j ^,^"1^,^' J" fP^^^u^' ^'«^- =5, iS47, 
^ ^' " ^ d. March 28, 1S7S. 

591 Nathan, b. March 10, 1S29, m. Sarah T. Murphy, Feb. 19, 18=0. 

-^-> T .-.-, ... K T r,„ Q i Jane P. Baldwin, Tan. 2, 18^4, d. Feb. 

592 Llcian, b. June 5, 1831, m. - -■ , • •'--' ,• ,' ,, ?^' , 

^ -" ^ -^ / 10, 1375; his wite died reb. 1S75. 

593 J-^.MEs H. b. Feb. 12, 1834, m. Fanny Bemis, Feb. 2, iSfjo. 

I Melis.sa Xewcomb, March 26, 1S63, d, 

594 Geor(;e B. b. Nov. 5, 1836, m. -| Nov. ro, 1S76; m. second, Martha 

( J. Crain, June iS, 1S79. 

en- M,.u.r-o K T,,i,r „. xQ, ^ < Maria Brewster, Nov. 4, i':63; now 
59= Horace. b. July 24. 1839. m. ] ^^ wmi^antic. Conn. 

59f' John D. b. March 12, 1843. m. \ ^^.^^ ^^f^^,- ^^^''^ 3o. .S65; now 
' ^-'' I living at Manchester, Conn. 



GALLUP F.AJSIILY. 85 

273 

JOSHUA' GALLUP (Samucl\ XaihanicI', Xatlianiel\ 
Johii\ Jo/ui\ John'), son of Samuel and Jemima ( Enos ) 
Gallup, who was born in Stoning-ton. Conn., August 4, 1769, 
married Anna Hinckley. Removed at an early age to Albany 
Co., N. Y. ; died January 4, 1S37; Anna, his wife, died January 

16, 1843. 

Children : 

*597 Joshua, b. March 2, 1790. 

*59S Anna, b. May 22, 1791, m. Oliver Forsyth of Mystic, Conn. 

599 Jemima, b. Aug. 19, 1792, m. Le\'i Gallup. 
*6oo Samuel, b. Jan. 27, 1794. 

601 Keturah, b. April 16, 1795, d. young. 

602 Eli AS, b. Oct. i, 1796, d. young. 

*6o3 Sarah, b. Feb. 23, 179S, m. Chester Willis. 

*6o4 Marv, b. Nov. 6, 1799, m. Samuel Morgan. 

*6o5 Rhoda, b. April 11, 1S03. 

*6o6 Harriet, b. Oct. 27, 1804, m. Thomas Slade. 

*6o7 Luke, b. Sept. 26, 1S06. 

274 

NATHANIEL' GALLUP {Sa;;ine/\ Xat/uimW Nathanicl\ 
Johit', John", John'), son of Samuel and Jemima (Enos) Gallup, 
born at Stonington, Conn., November 16, 1770. married Lucy 
Latham, daughter of Captain William Latham and his wife 
F.unice of Groton, Conn., March 27, 1794. Captain Latham 
^vas second in command at the massacre of Fort '.rriswold. and 
■.'■\is severely wounded but recc)vered. He died January 27. 
1792, aged 51 years; his wife Eunice died March 5, 1799, 
aged 56. Lucy Latham, afterward Mrs. Gallup, was 12 years 
old at the time of the battle, and often related to her grand 
children the story of that memorable day. When the British 
appeared at Eastern Point, Lambo, the old colored servant, 
gathered the family and drove them to the Aver}- house, two 
miles away, then hurried back to the fort with his gim. He 
fought at the side of his master, Captain Latham, and fell. 
His name is on the monument at Groton as "Sambo," but it 
should be Lambo, as his name was Lambert. Samuel Gallup, 
father of Nathaniel, removed with his family to Albany Co., 
^'- Y., soon after the war of the Revtjlution. Nathaniel re- 



86 GENEALOGY OF 

turned to Groton, and was married there. There is a record 
that he sailed from Groton, Conn., for Albany, X.Y., in Captain 
David Perry's sloop in 1795. After his return to New York 
State, he settled in Berne, Albany Co. Died April 20, 1834; 
Lucy Latham, his wife, died February i. 1862. 

C/n7dre?i : 
*6oS Albert, b. Jan. 30, 1796. 
*6og Nathaniel, b. Oct. 2, 1798. 
*6io Eunice, b. OcL 5, 1800. 

275 

SAMUEL' GALLUP {Sa)uucl\ Xathanicl\ Nathaniel', 
JoJui^, John", John^), son of Samuel and Jemima (Enos) Gal- 
lup, bom at Stonington, Conn., July 8, 1772, married Fanny 
Morgan, daughter of James Morgan. 

Childroi : 
611 S.\MLEL. 612 Moses. 

276 

ANNA' GALLUP (Sainnel\ Xatliainel', Xathaniel\ John\ 
Jelin"\ [oiui'), daughter of Samuel and Jemima (Enos) Gallup, 
born February 3, 1774, married Richard Wheeler of Stoning- 
ton. Conn., February 13, 1794. Mrs. "Wheeler died Januan,- 22, 
1810, and Richard, her husband, married for his second wife, 
^lary Hewitt, May 23, 1811. 

Children by First Marriage : 
Whkelek, b. Oct. 2. 1795, d. young. 
b. March 17, lioo. 
b. Aug. 30, 1S04, d. j-oung. 
" b. April 19, 1S06. 

" b. Feb. 29, 1S08, d. young. 

Children by Second Marriage : 
b. July 26, 1S12. 
b. March 27, 18 14. 

. T n \ Frances Averv, Tan. 12, 1S43; 

b. Jan. 20, 181 7, m. • , ^ . : ' -' ^^ 

■' ^ ' / d. Sept. 3, I-?;;. 

[Richard married for his second wife, Lucy A. Xoyes, Nov. 6, 1S56. 
Judge Wheeler, as he has long been familiarly known in Stonington, 
is distinguished as a genealogist. His history of the First Congrega- 
tional Church in Stonington and other records have been a valuable 
aid in the preparation of this work.] 





Ela.m 




Jemima 




Hannah 




Lydia 




Richard E 


Hannah 


Wheeler, 


Mary 


" 


r^K HAkU 


A. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 



87 



Children by First Marriage : 

Eliza M. Wheeler, b. Jan. q, 1S44. 
Emily A. " b. June 30, 1S55. 

Children by Second Marriage : 

Grace D. Wheeler, b. July 8, 185S. 

Judge Wheeler is a direct descendant in the materaal line from John 

Gallup and Hannah Lake, thus: 

John Gallup m. Hannah Lake. 

Their son Benadam Gallup m. Esther Prentice. 

" daughter Marcv Gallup m. William Denison. 

" " Esther Denison m. Jonathan Wheeler. 

" son Richard Wheeler m. Silence Burrows. 

„ ,-, (Anna Gallup. 

" " Richard W heeler m. {,, 

(Mary Hewitt. 

I 277 

HANNAH' GALLUP {Sannui\ Natlianiel\ Natliamel\ 
Joh)i^^ Jo/in'^, John^), daughter of Samuel and Jemima (Enos) 
Gallup, born October 15. 1775, married Moses ^ilorg-an, ^Larch 
29, 1794. 

Children : 

Hannah Morcan, b. Jan. 11, 1795 

Eliza " b. July 17, 1799 

Samuel " b. March 29, 1801 

Jemima " b. Aug. 18, 1S04 

AuaTiN " b. April 29, 1807 

Moses A. "' b. June 2, iSo? 

Daniel " b. July 21, 1S15 

Jemima Ann " b. March 15, 1S17. 



27S 

JOHN ENOS' GALLUP (.S'tzw//.-/\ Xathanic/\ Xathaine/\ 
John^, John'', John^), son of Samuel and Jemima (Eno.s) Gallup, 
born in Stonington, Conn., July 17, 1777, married Betsy Chip- 
man, July, 1799. After the death of his first wife, he married 
Mrs. Esther Denison, widow of Minor Walden, about 1830. 

Children : 
*6i3 El. IAS, b. Nov. 15, iSoo. 

614 ("111.1,-, b. .Aug. ,19, I-iy2. 

613 M'.K'i.w, b. March 28, 1S04. d. 1805. 

did Bi-.isv, b. < >ct. 28, 1S05, m. John Seabury. 



88 



GENEALOGY OF 



617 Hannah, 


b. Jan. 


3. 


rSoS. 




*6iS Samlkl, 


b. Sept. 


5, 


iSio. 




619 Lucy, 


b. Sept. 





1S12, 


m. Job Seabury. 


*62o John J. 


b. Oct. 


s. 


1S14. 




621 Julia Ann 


, b. June 


2S, 


i8r6. 




*622 Cyrus, 


b. Feb. 


19. 


1819. 




*623 Elon, 


b. Oct. 


29, 


1821. 




624 Jane, 


b. Feb. 


21, 


1824, 


m. Philip Stevens 



281 

NATHAN' GALLUP {Saviucl\ Xathanicl\ Nathainel\ 
/ohn\ Jo/ui'', Jo/ui'), son of Samuel and Jemima (Enos) Gallup, 
bom May 3, 1786, married Anna Elizabeth Weidman, who was 
bom in Berae, N. Y., June 7, 1783. They lived at Beme, he 
died in 1S56; Anna, his wife, died 1855. 

Children : 
625 Almerin, b. 1809, d. 1887. 

[Almerin left one daughter, Mrs. Henry Bro\vn of Schoharie, N. Y.] 
*63i Henry, b. iSii. 

*632 WiLLi.\M Harrison, b. Sept. 29, 1814. 

633 Paul Weidman, b. 1815, m. Lucy WoodrufF; d. in Iowa. 
*628 Jemima A. E. b. Sept. 27, 1819. 

*634 Byron, b. May 8, 1822. 

*635 Seneca M. b. 1824, married first, Elizabeth Schaeffer 

of Schoharie, X. Y. ; married second, Maria Fillebrown. Went 
to California \\-ith his brother Byron in i S49 ; took up land in 
Stanislaus Co., where he has since resided. 



284 

SILENCE' GALLUP {Si/as\ Nathaniel^ Nathaniel^ John\ 
John'', Jo/ifi^), daughter of Silas and Sarah Gallup, born June 
4, 1782, married Silas Brewster; died August 14, 1830; Silas 

died April 10, 1861. 

Children : 

5, 1S03, m. Elias Gallup, d. Aug. 10. 1S59. 
29, 1805, d. Jan. 13, 1851. 
23, 1S07, d. July 30, 1S76. 
10, iSio, d. Sept. 17, 1S15. 

d. Sept. 18, 181 5. 
m. Charles Gallup, 
b. May 31, 1814. 
b. Jan. 30, 1816. 
b. March 4, 1818, d. June 26, 1876. 
b. Nov, 17, 1822, d. May 23, 1823. 



Sally 

Silas 

Ezra 

Silence 

Mary 

Elizabeth 

Ralph 

Allen 

Nathan 

Ethan 



Brewster, b. June 
b. June 
b. May 
b. Aufc-. 



twins, b. Nov. 4, 1812, 



GALLUP FAMILY. 89 

285 

FANNY^ GALLUP {Si7c7s\ Xatlia>!iii'% Nathaniel' John\ 
John'', John'), daughter of Silas and Sarah Gallup, bom in 
Albany Co., N.Y., March 24, 17 So, married Frederick Babcock. 

Children : 

Oliver Babcock, m. Maria Barton. CMdrcH : \^\\^'}''^' '^i'^?^^, ^"^ 

/ ]\Iai\nna Babcock. 

SoPHRONiA * • m. John Windust. CAMren .- j ^^^l' ^"^ ^^°^Se Win- 

Eli G. " 

289 

NATHAN' GALLUP {Si7as\ Nathanid\ Nathaniel', John\ 
John'', John'), son of Silas and Sarah Gallup, bom January' 5, 
1787, married Nancy Morgan, September 24, 1809; settled in 
Knox, Albany Co., N. Y. ; died April 25, 1844; his wife died 
August 4, 1813. 

Children : 

*636 Sally C. b. Aug. 15, iSio, m. ] ^t2?d^%*^Y^™''°' ^^"^^'^ '" ^^^' 

♦637 Nancy M. b. Sept. 10, 1812, m. \ ^\^- Bentlv Sept. 24, 1S34; lives in 
^ { Lacrosse, Wis. 

[There were other children of this family from a second marriage, but 
no record of them has been obtained.] 



291 

ELI' GALLUP {Silas\ Nathaniel', Nathaniel*, John\ 
John'', John'), son of Silas and Sarah Gallup, bom at Stoning- 
ton, Conn., February 11, 1791. When quite young he removed 
with his parents to Albany Co., N. Y., where he remained 
until 1830, when he removed to Brockport, in the western part 
of the state, where he lived till his death. When he passed 
through Rochester on his way thither, there were only twelve 
houses there. His trade was originally that of blacksmith; was 
also a minute man in the war of 1812. In 1826, he purchased a 
larm of 100 acres in the present town of Wright for 81,225, which 
he occupied two years, and in 1828 sold the same farm for $1,200. 
In 1878 the same farm was sold for $77.38 per acre. He 



90 GENEALOGY OF 

married first, Sally Crary. ^Nlay i, iSiS; she died. March 6, 1S39. 
Married second, Hannah Wetzel, April 18, 1S30. He lived to 
an advanced a^e, dying- at Brockport, April, 1SS2, in the gid 
year of his age; Hannah Wetzel Gallup died July 13, 1835. 
Children hy First Marriage : 

*63S Sarah, b. June 23, 1S19, m. Lorenzo M. Crippen. 

*639 Eli Jr. b. April 27, 1S21. 

*640 Math-Ua, b. May ig, 1S23. 

*64i Andrew J. b. March 31, 1S25. 

*642 Marv a. b. Jan. 13, 1827. 

Children by Second Marriage : 

*643 GE(jRr.E, b. Jan. 26, 1S33. 
*644 John, b. May 3, 1835. 

292 

EBENEZER^ GALLUP {Silas\ Nathamd\ Nathanid\ 
John\ John'', /olm'), son of Silas and Sarah Gallup, bom in 
Albany Co., N. Y., September 25, 1795; maried Susan Hardin. 

Children : 
645 J.^.MES. 

*646 Silas, b. Aug. 2, 1S31. 

647 Glenn. 
♦648 Phebe. 
[There were other children, names unknown.] 

293 

GEORGE" GALLUP (G\-orsfL\ XalAanu-/\ Xathaniel\ 
Jo!ui\ John\ /o;i/i\ s^.n of Geur-'c and Freel(jve (Packer) 
Gallup, born at Stoning-ton, Conn., April 7, 1777, married 
Lydia Gallup, daug-hter of Samuel Gallup, of Berne, Albany 
Co., N. Y. 

Children : 

649 Benjamin, m. Lydia Warner; no children. 

650 Lydia, m. Daniel Bailey of Mystic, Conn. C/u'ld: Lydia Bailey. 

651 Freelove. 

652 Jemima, m. Denison Williams. 

653 Eli was adopted by his uncle Peleg, married in Auburn, X. Y., 

became Mayor of Auburn ; no children. 
0;4 Pk;.k.;. 

'155 GeoK(,e, d. aged 18. 

f)56 Al'glsta, d. aged 16. 



GALLUP fa:mily. 91 

294 

PELEG' GALLUP {Gcvr^-e', Xathaincl\ Xathanicl', JoIin\ 
Jo/irr, John^), son of George and Freelove (Packer) Gallup, 
bom May i, 177S, at Stonington, Conn. Removed to Auburn, 
X. Y., where he became a prominent citizen, was honored with 
offices of trust by his townsmen, was sheriff of Cayuga county 
for a long period. He adopted his nephew, Eli Gallup, son of 
his brother George. 

296 

JOHN DEAX^ GALLUP {Amos\ Xathaniii\ Nathanicl\ 
John^, Johfi^, /olui^), son of Amos and Wealthy (Dean) Gallup, 
bom at Stonington, Conn., September 26, 17S9, married first, 
Prudence Denison, who had one child that died in infancy; 
married second. Mar}' A. Crandall. He was a farmer and wool 
manufacturer of Stonington, where he died July 31, 187 1. In 
his will he gave $250 to the First Congregational Church of 
Stonington. 

297 

JABEZ' GALLUP {A/nos\ Xathanicl\ Xathanicl\ John\ 
jo/ur, John''), son of Amos and Wealthy (Dean) Gallup, bom 
at Stonington. Conn., February 22. 1791, married Eunice 
Williams of Stonington, February 25. 1829. He was a farmer 
and wool manufacturer in Stonington; died February 26, 1S60. 

Children : 

*657 Martha. 
653 John De.\.n'. 
659 Hannah. 
[John Dean and Hannah are both unmarried; both live in North 
Stonington, Conn.] 

300 

NATHANIEL' GALLUP {Amos\ Xathaniel\ Xathanicl\ 
John^^ John^^ John'), son of Amos and Wealthy (Dean) Gallup, 
born at Stonington, Conn., October r6, 1797, married first, 
Sally Ann McCoUum, May 7, 1832; married second, Maria D. 
Ford, June 10, 1841. Removed to Albany, N. Y., and was for 



92 GENEALOGY OF 

several years engaged in lumber and grain business at Albany, 
and later was proprietor of stock yards of the firm of Gallup & 
White at West Albany, X. Y. ; he died April 8, 1877. 

Child: 
*66o Ann Elizabeth, b. at Albany, July 29, 1S33, m. Franklin White. 



302 

ABIGAIL' GALLUP {Levi; Nathaniel'', Nathaniel*. John\ 
Johtr, John"), daughter of Levi and Abigail (Packer) Gallup, 
bom October 13, 1786, at Stonington, Conn., married Jesse 
Brockway, bom June 2%, 1786. They lived at Jefferson, X. Y. 
She died Februar}- 13, 1846; Jesse Brockway, her husband, 
died July 6, 1877. 

Children : 

Levi G. Brockway. 

Jesse 

Abel " went to Michigan and engaged in 

lumber business, in which he acquired a large fortune: resided at 
Saginaw, Mich., died there in 1SS6 or iSSy. He left two daughters. 

Lucy Brqi.kway, m. Chauncey Minor. 

George 

Ezekiel G. 



303 

LEVr GALLUP, Jr. {Levi\ Nathaniel', Nathaniel', John\ 
John'', John''), son of Levi and Abigail (Packer) Gallup, bom 
Februar>- 21, 1789, at Stonington, Conn. Removed with his 
parents to Albany Co., X. Y., and about 1806 they removed to 
Jefferson, Sclfoharie Co. He married Jemima Gallup, daughter 
of Joshua Gallup, and lived at Jefferson; died June 3, 1861; 
his wife died September 30, 1844. 

Children : 

*66i Elam, b. Oct. 27, 1814. 
♦662 Amos, b. Feb. 26, 181 3. 
*663 Keturah. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 93 

304 

NATHAN^ GALLUP {Lcvi\ Xathaitui\ Xat/ia,iicl\ Jolin\ 
,L'hn\ John'), son of Levi and Abigail (Packer) Gallup, bom 
May 17, 1791. Removed with his parents in early life to 
Jefferson, Schoharie Co., N. Y. He married Pamelia Baird, 
Januar}- i, 1S15, and removed to Summit, N. Y., where he died 
July 24, 1865; his wife died December 13, 1S80. 

Children : 

*664 Nath.\_\, b. Feb. 20, 1S18. 

*665 Silas, b. Oct 13, iSig. 

*666 Sa.mlel B. b. Oct. 31, 1821. 

*667 Abigail, b. July 31, 1823, m. Heman Vaughn, Feb. 5, 1S40. 

668 Margaret, b. June 21, 1S25, m. David Wiltsie, Sept. 3, 1S43. 

•669 Bedent B. b. April 2, 1827. 

•670 John B. b. Oct. 24, 1S29. 

*67i William H. b. May 17, 1S40. 

306 

EZEKIEL^ GALLUP [Lcvi\ Xathanicl\ Nathaniel', John\ 
John\ John'), son of Levi and Abigail (Packer) Gallup, bom 
(■K-tober r, 1794. In 1806, his parents removed to Jefferson, 
Sdioharie Co., X. Y. He married Cynthia Wetmore, Decem- 
'>cr I, 1830, who was bom January 28, 1805. They lived in 
Jefferson, N. Y. ; he died April 12, 1886; wife died June 7, 1862. 

Children : 
*672 Levi P. b. Nov. 12, 1S33. 

673 Celinda C. b. April iS, 1S37 -^ ^^""f? at Jefferson. Schoharie 

/ Co., N. Y. 
•674 Ezekiel W. b. Oct, I, 1S40. 

307 

. ^^}^^^'^' ^--^LLUP {Levi\ Nathanid\ Xathanid\ John\ 
j"hn\ John'), son of Levi and Abigail (Packer) Gallup, bom 
June 14, 1798. Removed with his parents to Jefferson, Scho- 
^laneCo., X. Y., in 1806; married Betsy Wiltsie and lived at 
Jefferson; died June 3, 1851 ; his wife died December 13, 1876. 

Children : 

675 Daviu W. m. Lucy Mo.xley, lives (1S91) at Oneonta, X. Y. 
f>l(j E. Avery, m. Maconda Gallup, daughter of Joshua Gallup. 

677 AlilGAIL. 



94 GENEALOGY OF 

30S 

EZRA' GALLUP, Jr. {Ec?-a\ Xat/ianu-r\ Xathaiufl\ JoIin\ 

/o/iii\ John^), son of Ezra and Rebecca (Hinckley) Gallup, born 

June 25, 17S7, married Clarissa ^[org-an, ^larch 8, 1815, settled 

in Gallupville, Schoharie Co., N. Y. , and gave name to the 

\-illage; died March 19, 1856; his wife, Clarissa M. Gallup, 

died May 5, 1855. 

C/u/d: 

*, „ e -vr I c * o A i married and lived in New York 

*67^ Simeon M. b. Sept. 30, 1816, -^ ^.^^ . ^^^ ^^^^ ^^ ^g,^ 

321 

THOMAS J.' GALLUP {Ezra% Xathaniel\ Natlianid\ 
JoJui^, Johii^^ Jo/ui^), son of Ezra and Rebecca (Hinckley) 
Gallup, born at Berne, N. Y., July 27, 1813, married Catharine 
A. Van Aucken, died July 7, 1866. 

Children : 
*679 Charles. 
*6So Benjamin. 
,0 A t- \ -1 o \ Sarah Luke; d. Feb. 20, 1SS4; 

681 Avery, b. Apnl 24, 1S50, m. -J ^^ children. • 

682 Mary J. m. Nelson Noah. Children : Charles G. and Kittie L. 

327 

THOMAS DOW GALLUP {Jonathan\ John\ Xathaniel\ 
John^, John'', Jo/ui^), son of Jonathan and Elizabeth (Dow) 
Gallup, bom at Plainfield. Conn., March 12, 1792 ; married Mar^' 
Burdick, and lived at Plainfield as a farmer. 

Children : 

683 Lucy, b. 1816, m. William Ames. 

684 Matilda, b. JNIarch S, iSiS, m. Alvin Dougla.ss. 



He lives 



329 

JOHN' GALLUP {David\ John\ XatJianicl\ JoJin\ John\ 
John'), son of David and Nancy (Jacques) Gallup, born at 



S5 Si. SAN. 


b. 


1819, m. John Kennedy. 


-6 HoRA'.E, 


b. 


1821. unmarried. 


■^7 AVERV, 


b. 


Sirpt. 14, 1S23. m. Mary A. Vmuii.:.^ in i-''.3 
in New Ycjrk city, and is an owner of truu 


S5 JlLIETT, 


b. 


i-;2S, m. Henry Hall. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 95 

Sterling, Conn., April 9, 1S07; married Maria C. Tyler, a 
lineal descendant of General Israel Putnam of Revolutionary 
fame, September 11, 1832. She was born at Warren, Vt., 
September 3, iSii. He lived in Brooklyn, Conn., and held 
manv important offices of trust in the town and county, was for 
several years president of the Windham County Bank. Died 
at Brooklyn, Conn., December 16, r88i ; Mrs. Maria Gallup 

died March i, 1S82. 

Childre7i : 

*689 Henry T. b. Dec. 11, 1S34. 

690 Ellen M. b. May 4, 183S. 

*69i Edward, b. Aug. 24, 1S42. 

330 

DAVID^ GALLUP {David\ John\ Nathaniel', Jolin\ JoJin\ 
Jolni'), son of David and Nancy (Jacques) Gallup, bom at 
Sterling, Conn., July 11, 1S08; married Julia Ann Woodward, 
daughter of Captain Lemuel Woodward of Plainfield, Conn. 
David settled in early life as a farmer in Plainfield, but his 
aptitude for public affairs and general business led to his being 
called from the field to serve the public in various capacities. 
For several years he was judge of the Plainfield probate dis- 
trict, and served successively in almost every- local office in the 
town. He was chosen to represent the town in the General 
Assembly for several terms, and in 1866 he was Speaker of the 
House; in 1869 he was chosen to the Senate, and in 1879 and 
I >so was Lieutenant Governor of Connecticut. He died August 
i>i. 1S83; his wife died November 3. 18S4. 

Children: 
■■■>2 JrLi.\ Ella, b. Jan. 5, 1847, m. Oct. 19, 1S70, Hon. George G. 

Sumner of Hartford, Conn. She died March 2, 1S75. 
f)93 William Woodward, b. Oct. 14, 1849, d. Nov. 29, 1869. 

332 

AMOS J.' GALLUP {David\ John\ Nathanui\ /ohn\ 
!'>!>ir John'), son of David and Nancy (Jacques) Gallup, bom 
'■■. Sterling. C'»nn., February 24, 181 2, married Martha Gallup, 
daughter of Joseph and Hannah (Smith) Gallup, November 
26, 1838, and settled on the homestead of his father, a farmer. 
He held important offices of trust in the town and county, was 



96 GENEALOGY OF 

chosen State Senator in 1S5S and 1S67, and was judge of probate 

for the Sterling district for fifteen years, until disqualified by 

age. He died February 24, 18S7, aged 75; his wife died 

November 17, 1S90. 

Children : 

*(h)4 Luther, b. Aug. 14, 1840, d. Sept. 29, 1SS7. 
695 Emily, b. Nov. 21, 1S46, m. S. H. Bowen. 

THOMAS' GALLUP {rJioinas\ T/ionuis% Xathaniel\ 
John^, Joh/r, John^), son of Thomas and Rebekah (Gilkey) 
Gallup, bom at Plainfield, N. H., August 25, 1775, married 
Sally Cutler, June 22, 1804; she was born June 20, 1780. He 
owned a large farm on the Connecticut River, and kept tavern, 
as it was called in those days; stage coaches ran daily from 
Windsor, Vt., to Hannover, N. H. He died January 4, 1862; 
his wife died July 4, 1853. 

Children : 
*696 Thom.\s F. b. April 29, 1S05, d. April i, 1S75. 

697 Benjamin C. b. July 23, 1S06, d. May 31. iSii. 

,oTT.>r i,>- o i Albert Tuxburv, lived in Ne- 

698 H.A.RRIET M. b. rsov. 14, 1S07, m. -^ , , ,^-. •,-,-, . 

' -t. /. ^ braska City, d. Oct. 20, 1875. 

699 Asa, b. Oct. 8, 1809, d. Oct. 15, iSog. 

700 Sar.ah C. b. March 4, 1811, m. Alfred Gibson, d. June, 1S7S. 

*7oi Rebekah C. b. Mav 25, 1812, m. \ ^^^^^^ ^- I^in.?^bur>-, d. July 

' - ^ < 4, 1544- 

*702 Charles F. b. May 23, 1814. 

703 William, b. July 13, 1816, d. June jS, 1S17. 

*704 Benjamin C. (2d), b. Sept. 8, 1S18, d. Feb. 21, 1SO9. 

705 TiLLOTSON \V. b. March 18, 1S21, d. in Wisconsin, Sept. 20, 1S56. 

706 Mary D. b. April 2, 1S23, d. April 6, 1S71. 

33c> 

BENJAMIN' GALLUP {Thomas\ Thomas', Nathanid\ 
/ohn^, Jolin''^ John'), son of Thomas and Rebekah (Gilkey) 
Gallup, bom at Plainfield, N. H., May 12, 1777, married Sabra 
Young and removed to Sheldon, Vt. ; died July 2, 1845, aged 
69; his wife died July 24, 1854, aged 75. 

Children : 
*-<)- Xa'iiian V. 
*7o3 Benjamin S. 
709 Hannah. 



GALLUP FA3IILY. 97 

337 

ASA' GALLUP {Thojiias\ Thomas', Nathanid\ John\ 
Jolui^, John'), son of Thomas and Rebekah (Gilkey) Gallup, 
bom March 13, 1781, at Plainfield, N. H. Removed to 
Sheldon, Vt., married Emily Burnham. 

Children : 

710 Eleazer. 

711 Mabel. 

712 Martha. 

713 Emily. 

714 Eliza. 

338 

JOHN' GALLUP (Thomas', TJiomas\ Xathanid*, John\ 

John'', John'), son of Thomas and Rebekah (Gilkey) Gallup, 

bom March 13, 1781. Removed to Sheldon, Vt, married 

"^Sally Stebbins; died September 28, 1854; his wife died July 

24, 1854. 

Children : 

715 Parkhlrst. 

716 Gilkey, m. Melissa Blackstone. Children : Alfred and Marion. 

717 Rebekah. 

341 

ASA' GALLUP (.^.ya^ Thomas\ Xathanicl\ John\ John\ 

Jo/ni'), son of Asa and Sally (Vincent) Gallup, born at Frank- 

''•". Vt., April 13, 1792, married Asenath Sanders, who vras 

'i<,Tn April 20, 1799, and who died November 9, 1854; he died 

Lecember 22, i860. 

Children : 

718 Henderson, b. Oct. 26, 1819, m. Rebecca Brigham. 
*7i9 Nelson, b. Dec. 26, 1820. 

720 Rachel, b. Aug. 24, 1828, m. Dr. S. E. Park. 
*72i Clinton, b. April 5, 1835. 

342 

BENJAMIN' GALLUP {Asa\ Thomas', h'athanicl\ John\ 
■ ■hn\ John'), son of Asa and Sally (Vincent) Gallup, b<.rn at 
•'r.mklin, Vt. Removed to Troy, Vt., where he lived and 

••'-•cl, leaving three s(jns. 
7 



98 GENEALOGY OF 



Children . 



722 Lilian P. of Troy, Vt. , had two sons and four daughters. 

723 David, of Troy, Vt. , had two sons and one daughter. • 

724 Newton, removed to the West. 

343 

THOMAS' GALLUP {Benjamin', Thomas\ Xathanicl\ 
John'^, John'^, John''}, son of Benjamin and ^lartha Gallup, 
born at Plainfield, Conn., September 4, 1782, married Prudence 
Gallup, daughter of Nathaniel and Rachel (Smith) Gallup, 
and removed to Brookfield, Mass. ; was a farmer. He died 
February- 23, 1854. 

Children : 

725 Prudence, b. March S, 1S22, m. Asa J. White, July 4, 1S46. 

726 Martha, b. Sept. 12, 1S25, m. Geo. H. Bemis. 



347 

Dr.BENJA:MIN' GALLUP {Benjaviin\ Thomas\ Nathau{d\ 
Jolin^, John'^, Jo/in^), son of Benjamin and Martha Gallup, born 
at Plainfield, Conn., May 12, 1790. His early education was 
obtained at the common schools and academy of his native 
town, after which he studied medicine and entered upon the 
practice of his profession at Lebanon, X. H., where he attained 
a wide distinction as an excellent physician. He married 
Susan Emerson Ela, September 28, 1825, who lived to the age 
of 91 years, and died May 20, 1889; Dr. Gallup died August 
3, 1864. 

The following notice of Mrs. Susan E. Gallup is taken from 
a newspaper published at Lebanon, X. H., soon after her death : 

" Mrs. Susan E. Gallup, who died at her residence on Monday, May 20, 
1889, at the advanced age of 91 years, was the daughter of Benjamin and 
Abigail Ela, and was born in Lebanon, Dec. 12, 1797. She married in 1S2?, 
Dr. Benjamin Gallup, a physician of high standing who practiced his pro- 
fession in Lebanon for forty-eight years. Mrs. Gallup came of a sturdy 
race, and was blessed with a vitality seldom seen in these days. 'Her life 
was assiduously devoted to her family and the community in which she 
lived, and the long evening of her life brought to her merited rewards from 
the hands of loving sons, together with the high esteem, and regard of a 
large circle of neighbors and friends. She was a Christian woman through- 
out her long life. What higher eulogy can be given?" 



GALLUP FAMILY. 99 

Children : 

*-i1 Benjamin Ela. b. at Lebanon, N. H., July 12, 1S26. 
72S William Porter, b. " " Dec. 9, 1S2S, was educated in 

the common schools and academy at Lebanon, and was for twenty- 
five years agent for E. & T. Fairbanks, scale manufacturers at St. 
Johnsbury, Vt. ; was for many years one of the firm of W. P. &. E. 
P. Gallup, dealers and shippers of grain at Indianapolis, Ind. , and is 
now president of the Meridian National Bank of Indianapolis. Has 
resided at Indianapolis since 1S53; unmarried. 

729 George W. b. at Lebanon, N. H., Sept. 10, 1332, was a farmer in 

Lebanon, and died Aug. 20, 1S73. 

730 Abbie E. b. at Lebanon, N. H., May 11, 1S35, was a graduate of Kim- 

ball L^nion Academy at Meriden, N. H. ; married Darwin S. Luther, 
Jan. 15, 1S63. Mr. Luther died at Lebanon, Feb. 25, 1S63; Mrs. 
Abbie E. Luther died at Chicago, ^lay 27, 1S64. 

731 Edward Payson, b. at Lebanon, N. H., Sept. 16, 1837, was educated 

at the common schools and academy of his native town ; went to 
Indianapolis, Ind., in November, 1856; was one of the firm of \V. P. 
& E. P. Gallup, buyers and shippers of gi'ain at Indianapolis. He 
accumulated a good fortune, and retired from business in 1873. 
Since that time he has made several trips to Europe, been to 
Mexico, and traveled much in America; unmarried. 

348 

MARTHA' GALLUP {Benjamin', Thomas', Nathaniel', 
Joh/r', John'', John'), daughter of Benjamin and Martha Gallup, 
bom at Plainfield, Conn., March 17, 1792, married William 
Shepard, lived at Plainfield; she died July 2, 1858. 

Children : 

• Elizabeth Shepard, m. Wm. M. Johnson. 

Lucy " m. Samuel Palmer. 
Martha 

Abbv " 

Hannah " 

Margaret " 

Susan " 

Sl.MON " 

William " 

349 

Captain ISAAC" GALLUP {Btnjai)iui\ Tliouias\ Xathanicl', 
J"hn\ JoJin^, John''), son of Benjamin and Martha Gallup, 
born June 20, 1794, married Sarah C. Alexander, daughter of 



100 GENEALOGY OF 

James Alexander of Voluntown, February 6, 1822, and settled 
on the homestead of his father in Plainfield, Conn., a farmer. 
He died August 16, 1S55. After the death of her husband, 
Mrs. Gallup removed to Wytheville, Va., with her son Benjamin, 
and died there May 14, 1 8 73. 

Children : 
*732 BE^JA^rIN, b. March 6, 1S23. 

733 Mary A. b. Dec. i, 1S25, m. Nathan C. Chapell, Aug. 9, 1S53; hved 

at Norwich, Conn., until the death of Mr. Chapell in 1SS9. 

350 

JOHN^ GALLUP {Bfiijaunn', Thomas', Nathaniel' John\ 
JoJui^, John^), son of Benjamin and ]\Iartha Gallup, bom at 
Plainfield, Conn., January 13, 1799, married Orra Dow, daughter 
of Benjamin Dow of Sterling, Conn., November 10, 1824. He 
first lived at Lebanon, N. H., afterward returned to Plainfield, 
where he died Februan,-, 1867; his wife died March 14, 1883. 

Children : 

734 Sarah, b. March 2, 1826, m. Jeremiah Green. 

735 Be.nja.min D. b. May 22, 182S, m. Sarah L. Tanner, March 12, 1856. 

736 Albert, b. May 2S, 1830, d. April 17, 1S53. 

737 Isaac, b. Nov. 11 1835, d. Nov. 9, 1S45. 

738 Lucy E. b. Nov. 27, 1838, m. Benajah Green, Nov. 29, 1S55. 

739 Martha E. b. Feb. 7, 1843, m. John H. Jordan, Dec. 15, 1861. 

3S3, 

Dr. WILLL-\^r GALLUP {Bcnjai,iin\ Thomas', Xatham-l', 
John'', Joliii', John'), son of Benjamin and Sally (Park) Gallup, 
born at Plainfield, Conn., August 30, 1805, was graduated from 
the medical department of Dartmouth College in 1830, married 
Rebecca A. Shedd, April 29, 1835, who died December 17, 
1838; married second, Eliza H. Stone, February 25, 1840. He 
died suddenly at Bangor, Me., February 13, 1883, at the age 
of 77 years 5 months. 

Dr. Gallup, after practicing his chosen profession i<>r ten 
years as an alh^pai;;:-! in Xew Ipswich, X. H., and Concord, 
Mass., the homeopathic principles of cure so strongly arrested 
his attention that he could but study into it; the result was 
forty-three years of active practice in firm adherence to the 



GALLUP FAMILY. 101 

principles enunciated by Samuel Hahnemann. Four of these 
rears were spent in Concord, the remainder in Bangor. He 
was, from its organization, a member of the American Institute 
of Homeopathy, enrolled on the Homeopathic Legion of Honor, 
and an active member of the Maine Homeopathic Medical 
Society. In 1835 he united with the Congregational Church in 
Xew Ipswich, was subsequently and at time of death a con- 
sistent member of Hammond Street Congregational Church of 
Bangor. Loyalty to right, courage in defending it, whether 
popular or unpopular, sympathy for suffering, and indefatigable 
research in his profession were prominent and lifelong charac- 
teristics. A good citizen, an affectionate and devoted husband 
and father, his was 

An honored life, a peaceful death, and Heaven to crown it all. 
Child by First Marriage : 

740 George, b. Sept. 27, 1336. 
Children by Second Marriage : 

741 Rebecca A. b. Dec. 20, 1S40. 

742 Lucy E. b. Dec. 4, 1S4S. 

MOSES' GALLUP {Bcnjainin\ Thomas', Nalhaniel\ John\ 
Johu'^, /o/ui^), son of Benjamin and Sally (Park) Gallup, born 
:it Plainfield, C<^)nn., July 27. 1809, married Talitha B. Lee of 
L'.sbon, Conn., November 17, 1842. He lived first at Plain- 
:-i:'.«i. and afterward removed to Wasioga. Minn., where he died 
-November 18, 1886. 

Children : 

745 Jaxe M. ) . ^ ^r , (d. Oct. 5, 1857. 

... T „ > twnns, b. Jsov. la, 1S43, 5 ^ ,,- ^ j t , ^ 

>44 JULIA S. ) ^-^ (m. Geo. Wooster, d. July 3, 1S75. 

745 William L. b. Nov. 22, 1345. 

746 Hiram P. b. May 2, 184S. 

THOMAS' GALLUP {Natlianicl\ Benjamin', Nathanid\ 
JoJin^^ Jo/in^^ Jolin^), son of Nathaniel and Keziah (Kinne) 
•'allup^ born at Voluntown, November 21, 1786. He married 
•irst Olive Bottom of Lisbon, Conn. ; married secc^nd, Martha 



102 GENEALOGY OP 

Smith of Windham, Conn. ; lived awhile at Windham, after- 
ward returned to Voluntown, and died there April 4. 1S73; a 
farmer. His wife, Martha (Smith) Gallup, died August 25, 1S69. 

Children by First Marriage : 
*747 CH.A.RLES A. b. 1S12. 

*748 J.\MES K. b. Aug. 12, 181 5. 

Children by Second Marriage : 
*749 N.\TH.\NiEL Smith, b. April 16, iSiS. 
*75o Benj.\min Vine, b. July 20, 1S21. 

751 Olive M. b. Dec. 25, 1S19, m. M. L. Cowles; lives in Le 

Roy, Dodge Co., Wis. 

752 Emily S. b. May 3, 1823, m. James B. Gates; lives in 

Westerly, R. I. 



357 

LYMAN' GALLUP {Nathaniel', Benjamin\ Nathaniel\ 
John^, JoJui^, John^), son of Nathaniel and Keziah (Kinne) 
Gallup, bom at Voluntown, February' 4, 1791. He was first 
married to Huldah Randall in 1813; married second, Fanny 
ColgTove, in 1823; removed to Fenner, Madison Co., N. Y., 
where he settled in early life as a farmer, and where he died 
February 22, 1856, aged 65 years. His second wife died 
December 26, 1886, aged 87. 

Children by First Marriage : 

^ ' ., , ^ (Ed'.'-in W. Tavlm-, Tan. ~, 1^42, d. 

7^3 Elelta b. b. Oct. 21, i-i7,m. , _ ' 

' ( Au^. 9, 15.4. 

754 CuRTL.A.NU R. b. Nov. 19, i5i9, m. Samantha Jenks, Oct. 16, 1S56; have 

three children ; now live at Fenner, N. Y. 

Children by Second Marriage : 

755 C. Milton, b. July 23, 1824, m. Luana E. Culver, Oct. 16, 1S55; have 

one child; now live at Mile Strip, N. Y. , as farmer. 

^ T- -.r !_ ^T o , ' (James B. Douglass, Sept. 12, r8^4< 

756 Fannie M. b. Nov. 24, 1828, m. V.. ^ ,, * ... .. \, 

( live at Mannsville, N. \. 

757 Marshall D. b. Jan. 14, 1833, m. Mar\' A. Cook, Jan. 21, 1874; have 

one child; now live at Mile Strip, N. Y., as farmer. 

, f, ,, , - , (J'.hn H. Xorthr'.n, Dec. 27, 1S70; 

75'^ Ei.iz.vM. b. Jan. 2 ,. 1-41, m. r,- 1,- .- ^- ,- 

',\') Ci.iNic:, W. b. July 24, 1643, m. Ma.ry P. Gary, Feb. 3, 1:75; have one 
child; live at Mannsville, N. Y. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 103 

359 

KINNE' GALLUP {Xatharnfl\ Bcnjamin\ Xathanicl\ 
John\ John\ John'), son of Nathaniel and Keziah ( Kinne ) 
Gallup, born atVoluntown, September 27, 1794. He was twice 
married, first to Roxy Robbins, second to Harriet Robbins, 
daughters of Captain Samuel Robbins, who served in the Revo- 
lutionary war. Mr. Gallup settled in Voluntown as a farmer, 
and was for a number of years Judge of Probate. He died 
in September, 1859, aged 65 years. 

Children : 

760 Josephine, d. young. 

761 Helena R. m. Benjamin S. Gallup; now of Sprague, Conn. 

361 

BENJAMIN' GALLUP {Xathanicl\ Benjamin\ XatJianicl\ 
John\ John'', John'), son of Nathaniel and Keziah (Kinne) 
Gallup, bom atVoluntown, December 27, 1801; married first 
Amy, daughter of Benjamin Gallup of Voluntown; she was 
bom in 1808, and died 1845. He married second. Amy E. 
Stanton, March 2, 1846, daughter of Daniel Stanton of Volun- 
town, who was bom December 11, 1822, died November 30, 
1848. He married third, Freelove Phillips of Homer, N. Y., 
who survived him but a few years, and died leaving no children. 
Mr. Gallup left his native town about the year 1857, and .settled 
as a farmer in the town of Homer, N. Y., where he died in 
May, 1859, aged 58 years. 

C/tildren : 

-.'2 Rknjamin Lee, m. Lydia Tillinghast of West Greenwich. R. L, about 
1S57, who died 1S62, lea\-ing no children; married second, Emily S. ■ 
Webster of Woodstock. Conn., and now resides at Pomfret, Conn. 

" ■■ NvTi.'ANiKL. 

"■ , Fi<\\i.[,^ A. m. ;n H<.r:er, X. Y., whicvt he uuw resi'le^ \vit;i two or 

thrt,e -jhildren. 
" : A%r,, d. in y^/'th. 

364 

BENJA^^N' GALLUP {Benjamin\ Bcnjaiinn\ XathanUi\ 
J^lni", John-, John'), son of Benjamin and Huldah (Kinne) 
''^^llup, born at Volunt(jwn in 181 1, married Caroline L. Kinne, 



104 GENEALOGY OF 

October 30, 183 1, and lived on the old homestead, which has 
been in the family for more than a hundred years. He 
held many important offices of trust in the town. His wife 
died December 20, 1874. Mr. Gallup married second, Fidelia 
Chapman, September i8, 1878; he died at Voluntown Septem- 
ber 3, 1 89 1. 

Children : 

(Avery Stanton, Nov. 28, 1861 ; lives 
766 Laira, b. Aug. 2,iS37,m. j .^ g^^^^.^^_ ^^^^_ 

*767 Benjamin S. b. April 13,1840. 

768 Byron, b. April 6,1842, d. young. 

769 Amy E. b. Sept. 20,1844. 
*770 E. Byron, b. Aug. 13,1846. 

771 Origen S. b. Dec. 31,1849, m. Josephine Kinne, April 27, 1S87; now 

livnng in Voluntown on the homestead of his father. 

772 Albert, b. Aug. 4,1853, m. Florence J. Brown, May 9, 1878, d. 

Jan. 21, r536; married second, Lizzie Brown, Nov. 9, 1887; is now of 
Hartford, Conn. 

366 

MILLEN' GALLUP {Uzziel\ Bcnjaviin\ Bcnjamin\ John\ 
JoJin^^ JoJin^) son of L^zziel and Lucinda (Witherell) Gallup, 
bom at Dalton, Mass., September 10, 1798, married January 
13, 1818, Electa Pixley, who was born Augnst 21, 1799; lived in 
Dalton. He died June i, 1874; his wife died February 9, 1867. 

Children : 

*773 Electa C. b. March 19, 18 19, m. O. G. Hall, lives in Dalton. 

774 Wealthy, b. July 25, 1820, m. WiUiam Abbe. 

*775 Marcta, b. March 10, 1822, m. Richard Vandenburg. 

*776 WiLLLAM W. b. Jan. 29, 1824. 

*777 Rhoda C. b. April 9, 1825, m. Alfred S. Gregory. 

*77S Soi'HkoMA, b. Dec. 21, 1827, m. Marcus Pratt. 

*779 Martha M. b. Jan. 11, 1833, m. William H. Philips. 

♦780 MiLO S. b. Sept. 17, 1836. 

781 Dwight W. b. Sept 29, 1839, d. Feb. 27, 1842. 

367 

ASHLEY' GALLUP (^'^.j/^'/', Bcnjaviin\ Bcnjainin\ John\ 
JoJiii\ John')^ son of Uzziel and Lucinda (Witherell) Gallup, 
Horn at Dalton, Mass., xVugust 23, 1800, married Sophronia 
I'ixlcy, who was born in 1805; lived in Dalton. He died 
January- 16, 1882; his wife died August 14, 1855. 



G-\LLIJP FAMILY. 



105 



Children : 

752 Francis E. b. 1S30. 

753 Edward W. b. June 30, iS3a, m. Elizabeth J. Devine; now of Dalton; 

connected with the Berkshire paper mills. 
7S4. Phineas S. b, 1335. 

*7S5 Henry C. b. Jan. 2. 1S46. 
7S6 Martha L. b. 1S42, m. Julius Rockwell of Pittsheld. 

*7S7 Robert W. b. 10+4. 



369 

RUBY' GALLUP {Uzzid\ Benjamin', Benjamin^ John\ 
John'', John'), daughter of Uzziel and Lucinda (Wetherell) 
Gallup, bom June 6, 1804, at Dalton, Mass. ; married "William 
T. Maynard, December 14. 1822, died Augaist 13, 1875. 

Children : 
LoMiRA Maynard, b. Feb. 19, 1S25. 



Lucinda 
William D. 

SOLOMUN 

John W. 
George W. 
Minerva 
Mary J. 
Wealthy 
Marcus M. 
Thankful 



b. Aug. 20, 1 826. 

b. Nov. 10, 1327. 

b. Oct 4, 1S29. 

b. May 6, 1S31. 

b. Aug. 25. 1832. 

b. Oct, 26, 1834. 

b. Sept. 13, 1S36. 

b. Nov. 27, 1837. 

b. Nov. 29, 1339. 

b. Nov. 4, 1S42. 



370 

LORIN S.' GALLUP {Uzziel\ Bcnjaviin\ Benjamin', John*, 
John"", John'), son of Uzziel and Lucinda (Witherell) Gallup, 
born at Dalton, Mass., March, 1809, married Harriet C. Putnam 
'-''' 1835 ; she was bom at Becket, Mass., August 8, 1818. They 
lived on a farm at Dalton. where he died, December 28, 1870; 
his wife died at Holyoke, Mass., in 1889. 

Children : 

[ Johnstone, lives in TjTing- 

ham, Mass. 



73s Em.meline L. b. at Dalton, 1836, m. 



789 Martha Jane, b. 



1838, m. 



Norman J. Wells, lives in Hol- 



790 Ellen C. 

7'it Eiva-.NE S. 
:>- Lucy W. 

793 Frank C. 

794 Lucinda E. 



b. 
b. 
b. 
b. 
b. 



yoke, Mass. 
1842, d. June, 1864. 

1850. 

1853, m. George Bryan of Holyoke. 

1855. 

1858. 



106 GENEALOGY OF 

371 

BENADA^r GALLUP {Bcnadui>i\ Bcnadam\ Boiadam*, 
Benadam^, John", John'), son of Benadam and Bridget (Palmer) 
Gallup, bom at Groton, Conn., October 28, 1766; married 
Cynthia Fish, October 14, 1792. 

Children : 

*795 James, b. at Groton, Nov. 25, 1793. 

796 Austin, b. " Feb. 24, 1796, d. young. 

797 RoswELL, b. " March 11, 179S, d. July 24, 1S17. [1875- 
79S Mary, b. " March 4, iSoo, m. Nath. Smith; d. March 13, 

*799 Palmer, b. " June 14, i3o2. 

*8oo Benadam, b. " June 3, 1S04. 

^ . ( Richard Wheeler ; now of 

801 Cynthia, b. " Aug. 14, 1S06, m. < „ ^^ ,. 

** ( Owego, N. \ . 

*8o2 John, b. " March 6, 1S09. 

(Wm. E. Smith, Aug. 10, 

803 Sophia, b. " June 16, 1812, m. < „ , , 

-" ( 1834; d. June 4, 1535- 

804 RoswELL, b. " July 24, 1S17. 



375 

JOHN' GALLUP {Bfnadaiii\ Benadam\ Bcnadaui\ Ben- 
dani^ , /ohn\ JoJui"), son of Benadam and Bridget (Palmer) 
Gallup, born at Groton, Conn., May 27, 1776; married Lucy 
Clark of Windham, Conn. He lived in Brooklyn, Conn., and 
was sheriff of Windham Co. for several years; died in 1849. 

Childreri : 

805 Eliza, b. July 10, 1S04, m. Obadiah Waldo, March 31, x326. 

506 Emily, b. Jan. 26, 1806, m. Benjamin P. Baldwin, Sept. 3, 1S27. 

507 Edward C. b. Aug. 14, iSoS. 

*5o3 Lucy, b. Aug. 3, iSio, m. -^ J^P^'-- ^- ^i'^'^" ""^ Suffield, Conn., 

^ -" 'I N.OV. 17, 1332. 

*i<>(j John C. b. Feb. 25, i3i2. 
810 Charles A. b. Feb. 27, 1814. 

9tt vT.-r,,.», t k -Nr^^^T, „ Q A ^ ( Lucy Braddock of Hartford, Conn. ; 
on JNathan L. b. March 29, 18 16, m. - -' r ,^ ■, t, 1 -vr- u 

-' I now of Grand Rapids, jilich. 

812 Esther, b. April 11, 1818, m. William C. Potter, May 19, 1842. 

«n T,v.cc K \f..,r -,- .c^„ r^ ( Hannah Capron of Palm\Ta. X. Y. ; 

■^13 jAMF.s, b. -Mav 2=;, XS20, m. - ,- ,• ■> n ■ 1 Vi u 

•' - .-' ■ ^ j^Q^y ^Jl Grand Rapuls, M; ."i. 

H,. T.,, ... -o u T 1 - ( Abbie Trvon of Westric-'. 1. Mass.: 

■^14 i homas p. b. July 5, 1523, m. - ^ ,; ,. , 

•' ' ^ -" ( now ot Denver, Col. 

515 Hakkiet, b. July 14, 1825, d. Jan. 31, i^\i. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 



107 



378 

ANNA' GALLUP {IsauL', Bt'iiadain\ Benadain\ Bc')iada)n\ 
Johii\ John'), daughter of Isaac and Anna (Smith) Gallup, 
bom September 3. 1787, in Groton, Conn.; married David 
Geer, January 11, 1810, son of David and Mary (Stanton) 
Geer; died February 12, 1S60. He died February 12, 1S62; 

lived at Lebanon, Conn. 

Children : 

I Eunice Stark, March 31, 1S36, d. 
CvRLS G. Geer. b. Feb. 27, iSii. m. j ^^^^, ^^^ ^^^^ 

C Mary Tane Lathrop, Oct. 22, 1537. 
\Vm. F. " b. June 30, 1S12, m. -^ Anna "M. Smith, March 23, 1S69, 

( d. Aug. 26, 1875. 

^ „ , < Elias B. Avery, Jan. 14, 1S3S, d. 

Th.^nkful S. " b. May 10, 1514. m. - p^^ ^^ ^gg^; 

^ ^ , o c ^ H. Nelson Stark, Oct. 2S, 1S40. d. 

Sarah A. " b. July 20, iSiS, m. j p^^ ^^^ ^g^^ 

David " b. March 5, 1S21, m. Lorinda Smith, March 27, iS44- 

^ ■. ^ o ( Almira H. Saxton, May 12, 18-2. 

Erastus, " b. Oct. 9, 1823, m. -^ prances A. Geer, Nov. 21, 1S60. 

379 

ISAAC GALLUP {Isaac\ Bcnadam\ Benadavi\ Benadam\ 
[ohn\John')^ son of Isaac and Anna (Smith) Gallup, born at 
Groton, Conn., January 21, 1789; married Prudence Geer March 
12, 181 2, daughter of David and Mary (Stanton) Geer. Lived 
on a farm in Preston, Conn., near Poquetannock. He was a 
soldier in the war of 18 12, and was prominent in the public 
aifairs of the town; he died May 2, 1S67; his wife died July 
(>, 1871. (See Appendix.) 

Children : 

*Si6 Mary Ann, b. Dec. 10, 1812, m. Elias B Avery. 

*Si7 Prluence Ai-mira, b. March 4, 1815, m. James L. Geer. 
*Si8 Emeli.ne, b. Feb. 27, i8i3, m. Orlando Smith. 

♦819 Isaac, b. Nov. 13, 1820, m. Maria T. Davis. 

*S2o Julia, b. April 4. 1S25, m. Jacob A. Geer. 

3SO 

RUSSELL' GALLUP {/saac\ Benadatn\ Benadam\ Ben- 

>tdain\ Jolin\ Juhd), -on of Isaac and Anna (Smith) Gallup; 
born April 11, 1791 ; married Hannah Morgan, March 28, 18 16. 
He died February 16, 1869. His wife died April 28, 1868. 



108 GENEALOGY OF 

Children : 

*S2i Edwin R. b. Jan. 22, 1S17. 

*S22 RiKus M. b. Sept. 24, iSiS. 

*S23 S.A.R.\H, b. Sept. 10, 1S21, m. Wm. M. Gray, Nov. 2S, 1S39. 

*324 James A. b. Nov. 15, 1823. 

*325 Nelson, b. Jan. S, 1327. 

826 Er.\stls, b. Sept. 24. i32S. d. on the way to California, May i, 1S53. 

827 Fr.\ncis E. b. Auff. 15, 1S33. 
*82S Joseph A. b. July 2, 1S35. 



381 

SARAH' GALLUP {Isaac\ Bcnadam\ Bc)iadavi\ Bcn- 
adam\ Joh)i\ John'), daughter of Isaac and Anna (Smith) 
Gallup; born September 3, 1787; married William McCall. 
She died October 2, i86o; lived in Lebanon, Conn. 

Children : 
Willi. \M McC.\ll. 
Lucy A. " 

Salmon " b. at Lebanon, Conn., March, 1S26, m. Emily C. Whitney 

in 1853. She was bom at Waimea Kauai, Hawaiian Islands, and was 
a daughter of one of the early missionaries to those islands. He gradu- 
ated from Yale College in 1 - f 1 . and afterward pursued a course of study 
at Y'ale Theological Seminary. Was ordained pastor of the Congrega- 
tional Church in Old Saybrook, Conn., Dec. 7, 1853. He remained 
there eighteen years, and was for seventeen years pastor of the First 
Congregational Church in East Haddam, Conn. He died there Sept. 
17, 1SS9. 

382 

JABESH^ GALLUP {Isaac\ Benadajn\ Bc)iadam\ Ben- 
adam\ John'', John'), son of Isaac and Anna (Smith) Gallup; 
bom at Groton, Conn., August 23, 1794. He married first Lucy 
Meech, March 28, 18 16; married second Louisa Avery, Sep- 
tember 21, 1843; lived in Cleveland, Ohio, where he owned a 
vintage and nursery farm. He died July 13, 1879. Mrs. Louisa 
Aver>' Gallup died October 11, 1873, at Denver, Col. 

Children by First Marriage : 

S29 Lester M. b. July 21, 1324. 

or . i_t"^" im. Morris Pomeroy; lives in Oakland, 

830 Lu'CY A- b. Jan. 16, 1-527, - (j^j 

531 Marv, b. Dec. i3, 1S50, d. July 7, 1331. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 109 

532 EuHr, b. July 29, 1S32, d. young. 

533 Henrv, b. Aug. II, 1S35, d. Nov. 7, 1S3S, 

534 Henriett.x, b. April 6, 1S3S. \ ™- J^^'^'f ^■. Thompson March 31. 
•^ ^ -^ ' / iSSi ; lives in Brookh-n, >,. \. 

Children by Second Marriage : 

♦835 Avery, b. Feb. 2S, 1S47. 

George, d. Nov., 1870, aged 15. 

383 

AVERY GALLP' {fsaac\ Benadam\ Banadam\ Benadam\ 
Jolui^, Jofin^), son of Isaac and Anna (Smith) Gallup; born at 
Groton, Conn., April 6, 1796. He married first, Melinda Bailey, 
November 21, 1822; married second, Mary Halev, March 13, 
1834. He was chosen deacon of the First Baptist Church of 
Groton in 1842, and held the office till his death, November 4, 
1864. 

Children by First Marriage : 

*S36 "Willi A.M A. b. Jan. 2, 1S26. 

*S37 Elizabeth, b. Oct. 8, 1S28, m. Charles L. Fenner. 
Children by Second Marriage : 

83S Anna, b. July 13, 1S35, m. Jacob L. Gallup of Groton. 

*339 Simeon, b. Aug. 16, 1S37. 

S40 Lucy, b. Jan. 16, 1S40. 

*54i Mary, b. Sept. 16. 1S43, -* "'"^ '^'^^"5. ^yil^iams: lives in Provi- 

^ ^^ { dence, R. L 

542 Emily, b. March 25, 1S46. 

543 Edward, b. Sept. 14, 1850. 

384 

ELIAS' GALLUP {Isaac\ Benadain\ Benadam\ Bcnadain\ 
John'', JoIdi'), son of Isaac and Anna (Smith) Gallup, bom April 
14- 1798, married Fanny Dean, September 28, 1828; he died 
April 16, 1837. 

Child: 

844 Emma, m. John Sayles. 

385 

ERASTUS' GALLUP {Isaac\ Benadam\ Benadam\ Ben- 
adam\ John\ John'), son of Isaac and Anna (Smith) Gallup, 
born July 31, r8oo; married first, Eunice Williams, who died 
^lay 21, 1842; married second, Frances Sheffield, Augaist 27, 



110 GENEALOGY OF 

1846. In early life he united with the Congregational Church 
in Ledyard, of which Rev. Timothy Tuttle was pastor, and 
was afterward chosen deacon, which office he held until his 
removal to Groton. He was a carpenter, honoring the 
labor of his calling by working with his own hands. In 
the line of his business he built and rebuilt fourteen churches, 
besides dwellings and other buildings, often assisting feeble 
societies in securing houses of worship. He was honored with 
offices of trust in the town, was justice of the peace many years, 
also member of the Legislature, and in church, school, and 
society was ever ready to do his share in promoting the public 
welfare. Mr. Gallup died July 7, 1882. 

386 

SHUBAEL' GALLUP {Isaac\ Benadavi\ Benadain\ Bcn- 
adarn^, Joliii^^ /ohn^), son of Isaac and Anna (Smith) Gallup, 
bom March 6, 1802, married first, Sarah M. Isham, December 
16, 1830; married second, Mrs. Fanny S. Church, October 21, 
1869; he died ^lay 23, 1882. 

Children : 

845 Ei,iz.\BETH, m. J. Sparrow. 

„ , ^ „ (James CuUen, d. Sept. i3, 1860; 

546 S.\R.\H E. m. < ,. , . ^. . ^, • 

( uvea in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

547 Eliza A. 

848 Mary H. 

849 John I. d. in 1848. 

387 

ELIHU' GALLUP {Isaac\ Benadain\ Benadam\ Bcn- 
adam^^ Jolni^, John^), son of Isaac and Anna (Smith) Gallup, 
bom December 12, 1803, married Emily Clark, June 11, 1833; 
he died August 25, 1858. Lived in Norwich, Conn. 

Children : 

850 Charies H. b. June 30, 1834. 
•351 Ellen E. b. March 14, 1838, m. Geo. W. Geer, nowof Engle\v<x>d, 111. 
*-:2 Ji/LRi C. b. Jan. 19, 1=40. 

■?;3 Emilv C. b. (Jet. 16, 1-42. 

~, . /-• u T , ~ ( Robert KellogfT an insurance a^rcnt 

■;54 Amelia C. b. June 26, 1545, m. ^ .- , ■^■^,^, . ^ 

( of Delaware, ( )hi(». 



GALLUP FAMILY. 



Ill 



3SS 

PETER A.' GALLUP {/cssl-', BLmxdaui\ Bcnadam\ Bcn- 
adam\ John\ John'), son of Jesse and Catharine (Fish) Galhip, 
born January 15, 1776, married Rebecca T. Morgan, daughter 
of James Morgan of Led3-ard, April 9, 1820. 

Children : 
♦5.5 Eliza, b. Dec. 6, 1820, m. Samuel S. Lamb, March 20, 1S42. 

556 James M. b. Oct. 2S, 1S22, d. Aug. 27, 1S41. 

*i\-j Anms T. b. July 9, 1S24, m. Wm. H. Myers, Dec. 31, 1S43. 

sJsJuliaA. b. Oct. 2, 1S32, m. Josiah Gallup, Sept. 3, 1S54; 

married second, Manville Barber, and lives in California. Her 
daughter, Laura R. Barber, married Frank Hickman of California. 

559 Rav D. b. Aug. 29, 1S34. 

560 Mary Ellen, b. Nov. 5, 1S37, m. Calvin, son of Benjamin F. Gallup. 
*S6i Nathan S.\nds, b, Sept. 13, 1S39. 



389 

MARY A.' GALLUP {/csse\ Bcnadani', Baiadam\ Bcn- 
adam\ John\ John'), daughter of Jesse and Catharine (Fish) 
Gallup, bom in Groton, Conn., January- 8, 1778, married 
Prentice Avery, October 9, 1802. 

Children : 

Adelia E. Avery, b. Nov. 5, i3o3. 
Eunice A. " b. March 13, 1S05. 
Mary D. " b. June 3, 1807. 
Nathan- " b. Jan. 22,1809. 



391 

JESSE W." GALLUP {Jesse\ Bcnadam', Benadam\ Bcn- 
id ud, Joh)i\ Johd), son of Jesse and Catharine (Fish) Gallup. 
•■'>rn (;ct'/rjcr 21. 1782, married Bct>y E. Williams, Septcmbc:- 7. 
i^i'). Ht; died July 19. 1^43; his wiiu died SeptL-mb.jr 26, i,S27. 

Children : 

■'2 Al.KMs, T - 1). l520. 

■'>3 A.ma.nua M. b. May 20, 1.^22, m. William B. Palmer, July i, 1^4. died 

July 17, 1879; left one child, Alonzo Palmer, living in Boston. 
'■'■^4 Alonzo H. b. Sept. 16, 1S24. 



112 GENEALOGY OF 

392 

CATHARINE' GALLUP (/rj^r', Bcnadam\ Dcnadam\ Ben- 
adam^, Joliir, Johii^), daughter of Jesse and Catharine (Fish) 
Gallup, bora in Groton, Conn., September 3, 1784, married 
Jonathan Havens, May 29, 1803. 

Children : 
Elmira Havens, b. April 4, 1S04. 
Julia " b. Oct. 26, 1805. 

Francelia " b. April 12, i8o3. 
Ja.ne " b. May 12, 18 10. 

393 

FANNY' GALLUP {Jcssc''^ Bcnada/n\ Bciiadain\ Btnadam\ 
John'^, JoJin^), daughter of Jesse and Catharine (Fish) Gallup, 
born December 13, 1787, married Phineas Bill, November 23. 
1817; he was born in Groton, September 16, 17S9, son 01 
Joshua and Abigail (Miner) Bill. Phineas Bill served in the 
war of 181 2 as sergeant of volunteers, called out for the defence 
of the seaboard. He was stationed at New London, afterward 
at Stonington, and was murdered at Assumption, Louisiana. 
December 19, 1839. 

Children : 

„ _, T,-.t-. ^^ (John Chester, Jan. 28, 1S49: 

Sabrina Taylor Bill, b. Sept 10, 1818, m. < , ^ -^ 

(a. Sept. £5, 1S49. 

Fr.\nk Wesley " b. June 4, 1820, m. Rowena Cleveland. 

Abky " b. Sept. 13, 1522, ra. Fred. A. Glover, Sept. 19, 1841. 

Edwin " b. July 17, 1:24, m. Eleanor A. Miller. 

Erastis Denis* >N " b. May 13, i526, m. Eliza J. Phillips, and A.M. West. 

Adelia A. •' b. April ;, i52S, m. Wm. L. Heath. April iS, i?4- 

Mary F. " b. Aug. 26, 1S29, m. Geo. M. Tallmage, June S, 1S4:. 

Phineas, Jr. " b. Aug. i, 1S33, d. Sept. 29, 1S33. 

397 

JOSIAH' GALLUP, Jr. {Josiah\ Benadam^ Bniada,n\. 
Benadam^, John'', /ohn)\ son of Josiah and Polly (Randall) 
Gallup, born August 30, 1793, married Vilaty Pomeroy in 1820. 

Children : 
865 Josiah A. b. Oct. 22, 1S23. 

*866 Moses E. b. April 12, 1825. 

*867 Milton, b. March 2, 182S. 

868 Newton, b. March 25, 1830. 

869 Calvin, b. Aug. i, 1S31. 

870 Josiah, 
Mary E. 



, I t\\-ins, b. June 12, 1S33. 



GALLUP FA.^ILLY. 113 _ 



39S 



CHARLES R.' GALLUP {Josuih\ Bcnadam\ Bcnadam\ 

Bcnadani^^ Johii^, /ohii^), son of Josiah and Polly (Randall) 

Gallup, bom July 13, 1795, married Olive Morgan, daug-hter of 

Stephen and Parthenia (Parke) Morgan, Februan,* 7, 1S21; 

lived in Ledyard. 

Children : 

871 Esther, b. Jan. iS, 1822, m. Nathan Xoyes, May 27, 1S75. 

872 Susan, b. Sept. 26, 1S26, d. 1S47. 

S73 Charles M. b. "Slay 15, 1S33, m. Rebecca Harris, Feb. r6, 1859. 
{Children : Walter C. Gullup, b. May 20, i860, and Roy Gallup.] 

399 

BENJAMIN F.^ GALLUP {Josiah\ Benadam\ Benadam\ 

Bcnadam^, John'', Jolui'), son of Josiah and Polly (Randall) 

Gallup; bom at Ledyard, August i, 1797; married Hannah 

Allyn December 10, 1823. A farmer at Ledyard. He died 

September 20, 18S2. 

Children : 

S74 Harriet E. b. Sept. 21, 1824, m. Samuel Lamb. 
*S75 Josiah, b. Nov. ig, 1826. 

876 Timothy. b. July 13, 1828. 

877 Julia A. b. Nov. 15, 1829; ] "'/g^lu ^^''^'' ^^^^''^' ^°° ""^ ^^^^^ 

878 Youngs, b. Jan. 8, 1832, d. on the way to California. 

879 Calvin, b. Sept. i, 1834;] "^PeterLiaUup^^"'^' ^^^^^'^^ ""^ 
*33o Edmund, b. July 13, 1S36. 

S81 Sarah C. b. April 30, 1838; m. Gilbert Billings AIKti. 
*-^2 Elias, b. April 10, 1S40. 

Wn.LL\M^ GALLUP (ff7///.?/;/\ ]Villiam\ Bcnadam\ Bcn- 
a.iam\ JoJin\ John'), son of William and Freelove ( Hatr::-'.vay) 
'lallup; born at Kingston, Pa., February 3, 1705: v.-en: -- X^n*- 
walk, Ohio, in 1818; married, ^Liy 2, 1819, Sarah Boalt, .laugh- 
ter of Captain John Boalt of Norwalk. 

Children : 

*''3 William b. at Norwalk, Feb. 22, 1S20. 

*■•-) Sarah M. b. " Aug. 1S22. 

■ o Francis, b. " June 13, 1834, m. Eliza Church, d. 

Aug. 1 89 1, s. p. 



114 



GENEALOGY OF 



8S6 Mary, 



SS7 Ruth A. b. 

SS3 George Lester, b. 

*SS9 Eliza B. b. 

♦Sgo Slsan a. b. 
*S9i Samuel Caldwell, b. 

*S92 James Henry, b. 

*S93 John Reber, b. 

*S94 Rosamond C. b. 



b. at Nonvalk, Aug. 1S26, m. Arunah H. Plant, 

Dec. 2S, 1S46, d. Aug. 4, 1S4S. 
" Oct. 21, 182S, m. Lafayette S. 

Lyttle of Toledo, Ohio. 
" Jan. 2, 1831, m. Cornelia Lewis, 

d. at Tiffin, Ohio, Sept. 12, 18S4. 

Jan. 24, 1833. 

March 14, 1835. 
*' Feb. 22, 1837. 

March 13, 1839, 
" April 30, 1841. 

" Nov. 25, 1844, 



403 

HALLET' GALLUP {]ViIliam\ William', Bcnadain\ Ben- 
adaui^, Jolui^, Jo/ill'), son of William and Freelove (Hathaway) 
Gallup; bom at Kingston, Pa., May i, 1796; married April 9, 
1820, Clarissa Benedict, daughter of Piatt and Sally Benedict, 
of Norwalk, Ohio. At his birth a relative at Groton, Conn., 
sent to his parents a wampum belt given by a friendly Indian 
to one of his ancestors in 1675, as a warning of the trouble 
soon to culminate in that historic event known as " King Phil- 
lips' war." This was given with the request to name him 
Hallet. The belt is made of the long coarse hair of the black 
bear ornamented with white beads set in the form of a " W, " 
which indicated war. That belt is yet in almost perfect pres- 
ervation in the possession of Carroll Gallup of Norwalk. In 
the war of 181 2 he joined Captain Thomas' company of Penn- 
sylvania volunteers and served in the artillery under Harrison. 
On being mustered out of service at the close of the war in 
1816 he came to Bloomingsville, Ohio, and in i8i8came to Nor- 
walk, then a new settlement, where he became a prominent cit- 
izen. In 18 19 he was appointed collector of the then Huron 
Coimty. He died at Norwalk, July 11, 1877. His wife died 
January 11, 1878. Children all bom at Norwalk. 

Children : 

895 Catharine. 

896 Maria ra. Marlin A. Dunton of Norwalk. 

897 Carroll. 

898 Sarah, m. Henry Brown, now of Norwalk. 
♦899 Caleb H. b. May lo, 1S34. 

900 Lizzie T. 




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t; .. iU^'l] 



THIS INDIAN WAR-BELT 

I- !jre«iente<i to Captain Gallup, by a friendly Indian, in Vn'i. vihortly before King Phillip's 
■■' It was retfarded as a warniupf. 
't IS six feet nine inches long, by three and one-half inches wide. Color, jet black ; mater- 
'•■ l'«-rir's hair, and porcelain heads strung on a woody fibre thread, 
-^'ow in posses-,ion of C.AkkoLL Galli.p, Norwalk, Ohio. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 115 

407 

NEHEMIAH M/ GALLUP {Xf/n-;ma/i\ Htnry\ Ben- 
adam\ Bciiada/fi\ /olur, Jolui^), son of Nehemiah and Eliza- 
beth (Brown) Gallup; bom in Groton, Conn., February 12, 17S5 ; 
married Huldah Wheeler of Stonington, April 26, 1812; died 
Januarv' 21, 1871. 

Children : 

901 Eliza, b. Nov. 12, 1813, m. \ ^>7"^" G^^H^' ^^"^ 9' ^2"^°' ^ 
^ ' . J. "I ^^pi^i 23, 1S79. 

902 Mary A. b. April 17, 1815, m. William Fanning, July 21, 1S36. 
*903 Nehemiah M. b. Oct. 22, i3i6. 

*904 John W. b. Nov. 6, iSiS. 

905 Hannah, b. Aug. 7. 1S20. m. \ Eleazer W. Carter March 2, 

^ ' ^ 1844, d. June 13, 1846. 

[Mary E., daughter of Hannah Gallup and Eleazer \V. Carter, b. June 
20, 1S45, ni. Harrison L. Rawson March 28, 1869, who died in Wor- 
cester, Mass., July 14, 1884. Children: Emma May, b. 1871; Annie 
Belle, b. 1S75; Eliza Gallup, b. 1874; Harry Carter, b. 1S79; Henry- 
Lyman, 1883.] 

906 Eunice, b. May 11, 18S2, m. Seth L. Peck, Aug. 6, 1S49. 

907 Phebe E. b. Feb. S, 1824, d. May 30, 1842. 

908 Mason, b. March 4, 1826, d. April 16, 1S30. 
*909 William R. b. ^May 19, 1828. 

910 Harriet A. b. Aug. 22, 1830, m. '. Fi-ederic A. Button June 19. 

* ' J ' J j5-Q_ (i_ April 25, 1887. 

911 Benjamin, b. June 19, 1S32. 

[Has lived in the Southern States, in Canada, and in Chili, S. A. Is 
now living at Sacramento City, Cal. Unmarried.] 
*9i2 Henry C. b. Nov. 6, 1834. 

410 

ELISHA' GALLUP {Xehemiah\ Hcnry\ Bcnadam\ Ben- 
adam\ John\ John'), son of Nehemiah and Elizabeth (Brown) 
Gallup, bom June 23, 1792, married Content Wheeler of 
Stonington, Conn., March 31, 18 16. 



Children : 






913 Elisha, b. Dec. 


29. 


1816, 


914 Ashbel, b. Oct 


23, 


1819. 


915 Emeline, b. Nov. 




1821. 


916 Almir.\, b. Feb. 


13. 


1823. 


917 Harriet, b. 




1825. 


918 Esther, b. March 




1827. 



116 GENEALOGY OF 

919 Ann, b. February', 1829. 

920 Mary, b. 1832. 

921 LucRETiA, b. 1834. 

922 David, b. 1836. 

923 William, b. 1838. 

924 Eli AS, b. 1840. 

411 

LUKE' GALLUP {Xehemiah\ Hcnry\ Bcnadain\ Bcn- 
adatn^, JoJui^, JoJiii'), son of Nehemiah and Elizabeth (Brown) 
Gallup, bom at Groton, Conn., April 17, 1794. 

Children : 

925 Olive, b. Oct 8. 1820. 

926 LukeW. b. Feb. 27, 1822. 

927 Olive, b. Sept. 25, 1823. 

928 Phebe, b. Sept. S, 1825, m. Warren S. Wheeler, Feb. 3, 1S47. 

929 A.MOS A. b. March 19, 1827. 

930 Jared, b. April 17, 1S29. 

931 Melinda, b. Nov. 2, 1831, m. Nelson H. Wheeler, April 3, 1853. 

932 Bridget, b. Nov. 22, 1S33. 

413 

EBEXEZER' GALLUP {Nchcmiah\ Henry\ Bcnadam\ 
Bcnadam'', Joliir, Jolui^), son of Nehemiah and Elizabeth 
(Brown) Gallup, born April 27, 1800, at Ledyard, Conn., 
married Lavinia Stanton in 1822, daughter of Captain John and 
Bathsheba (Giles) Stanton, who died in 1825. In 1826 he 
married Angeline Stanton, also daughter of Captain John 
Stanton. Captain Ebenezer Gallup died March 10, 1863; his 
wife, Angeline, died August 9, 1S83. 

Child by First Marriage : 

933 Lavinia, b. Oct. 1825, m. Captain Charles Stanton; he died June 5. 
1887. She lives at Ledyard, Conn., and has one daughter, Eliza 
Stanton, who married James A. Brown of Westerly, R. I. 

Children by Second Marriage : 

*934 Ei'.KNKZKk, b. Feb. 14, 1827. 

■^35 Li( V. b. 1S29, d. 1837. 

Vj'J Jamk-. b. 1^31, d. 1-33. 

937 J"H.N N. b. March 1^36, m. Sarah Dewey. 

*93S Hk.nkv A. b. Nov. 1*^44. 

939 Ann B. b. July 21, 1S47, m. Royal McCrackun. 



GALLUP FAJVIILY. 11' 



414 



ALFRED^ GALLUP {Henry', Henry\ Benadain\ Bcii- 
adam^, Jo/ur, Jolui^), son of Henry and Desire (Stanton) Gallup, 
bom at Groton, Conn., March 2'^, 179S, married Eliza W. 
Hewitt, October 19, 1823; she was bom in Groton, March 3, 
1S03. Alfred Gallup died at Salem, Conn., December 24, 
1854; Eliza W., his wife, died at New London, February 21, 
1876. 

Children : 

940 William A. b. at Groton, June 2S, 1827, d. Aug. 31, 1843. 
*94i Austin O. b. at Ledyard, Dec. 27, 1828. 

942 Eliza A. b. " Sept. 5, 1830, d. Sept. 2. 1S32. 

943 Mary A. b. " June 3, 1832, d. Sept. 5, 1833. 

944 Harriet A. b. at Salem, Oct. i, 1S36, m. Avery Morgan at Salem. 

Conn., Dec. 25, 1S53. 
*945 Laura E. b. at Montville, Conn., May 28, 1840, m. Sanford W. 

Havens at East Lyme, Conn., Oct. 8, 1S57. 
*946. Louis A. b. June 30, 1S46. 

416 

DESIRE^ GALLUP {Henry\ Hcnry\ Bcnadam\ Benadaui\ 
JoJur, JoJin'), daughter of Henry and Desire (Stanton) Gallup, 
bom March 26, 1808, married Elisha J. Hewitt, November 
27, 1823. 

Children : 

Clarrissa a. Hf.witt, b. Oct. 11, 1824. 

Henry P. •' b. Aug. 20, 1S26. 

Elisha A. •' b. April 15, 1S2S. 

Ai DEN W. ■• b. Oct. 29, 1S30. 

Os'.A.K. H. ■■ b. April S, 1S33. 

Ge'-kge W. •■ b. July 20, 1S36. 

Mary E. " b. Sept. i, 1S41. 

Charles J. " b. March 15, 1844. 

Eunice " b. Dec. i, 1847. 

417 

EUNICE' GALLUP {Andreiu\ Henry \ Bcnadam\ Bcn- 
adam*, /ohn\ John'), daughter of Andrew and Nancy (Welden) 
Gallup, born Januars' 16, 1794, married Benjamin Rouse, 
March 16, 1823; she died at her home in Norwich, Conn., 
July 2, 1877. Something of the beauty and loveliness of her 
*-haracter was recently expre.ssed by one of her children, in the 
\vords: "My mother still lives in many hearts." 



118 GENEALOGY OF 

Children : 

SvRXH Gallup Rol'se, b. March 3, 1S24, m. Herrington. 

( JoelCheenev, Dec. 24, i;46- 
Harriet C. " b. July 7. 1S26, m. j ^y^y^/ . Andrew Cheeney. 

Nancy D. " b. Oct. 30, 1S31, lives at Norwich, Conn. 

M.\RiA Waterm.\n " b. April 6,1835, 

418 

NANCY' GALLUP {Andrew\ Hcnry\ Bcnadam\ Ben- 
adam\ John\ John'), daughter of Andrew and Nancy (Welden) 
Gallup, born in Ledyard, Conn., October 15, 1795; married 

first, Asa Barnes, March 15, 1829, who died ; married 

second, Charles Buttolph. She died February 2, 1875, aged 

80, at Preston, Conn. 

Children : 

Asa Barnes. 

Harriet F. " m. Charles Davis of Preston. 

Phrozenia " m. Benjamin 

Eunice " 

Mary A. " m. Tyler Richards 

421 

ANDREW HENRY' GALLUP {Andreio\ Henry \ Ben- 
adam\ Benadam\ John\ John'), son of Andrew and Nancy 
(Welden) Gallup, bom in Ledyard, Conn., March 29, rSii. 
He married first. May 13. 1S33, Nancy (Greene) Ayer, daughter 
of Nathan and Nancy (Greene) Ayer. of Preston, Conn., who 
died ^larch 12, 1843; married second, May 7. 1845, Mary 
Lyman, daughter of Jacob and Joanna (Bolles) Lyman of 
Bolton,' Conn. Removed west in 1853, locating near Mt. 
Carroll, 111., where he lived many years, a beloved and honored 
citizen; died May 15, 1886, near Douglass, Nebraska. 
Children by First Marriage: 

*947 Henry Ayer, b. May 7, 1S34. 
♦948 Andrew, b. Feb. 24, 1836. 

(David Walker, April 26, 1SS2; 

949 Nancy, b. Feb. 26, 1S33, m. j j.,.^^ ^^ Marengo, Iowa. 

950 E.MSLY, b. March =, 1:43. 

Child by Second Marriage : 
♦951 Mary Joanna, b. June 10, 1850. m. Wra. P. Rielly, Aug. 9, 1876; Uves 
at Palmyra, Neb. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 119 

Their Children: 
Henry Gallup Riellv, June 19, 1SS4. 
Chkistabel Daisy " June 30, iSSS. 

\22 

ASA LYMAN' GALLUP {Andrr.o\ Henry\ Benadam\ 
Benadani^^ Jolin'^, Jo/ni'), son of Andrew and Nancy (Welden) 
Gallup, bom in Groton (now Ledyard), Conn., Februan* 22, 
1814, married Eliza Gallup, daughter of Nehemiah Gallup, 
December 9, 1S40, who was born November 12, 1813, died 
April 25, 1879. He settled in Ledyard on the homestead of his 
father, Andrew Gallup, one of the survivors of the massacre at 
Fort Griswold, a farmer. 'Mr. Gallup has in his possession the 
sword of Captain John Mason of Pequot fame. His grand- 
mother, Hannah Mason, who married Henry Gallup, was a 
great granddaughter of Captain John Mason. 

A23 

JOSEPH HENRY' GALLUP {Jarcd", Henry\ Benadam\ 
Betiadajn'', John'', John^), son of Jared and Mar>^ ( Whipple) 
Gallup, born in Preston, Conn., September 14, 1S08; Novem- 
ber 24, 1834, married Sarah Parish of Brooklyn, Conn., who 
was born May 7, 1808. He died May 23, 1861, in Norwich. 
Mr. Gallup entered Yale College at the age of 15, was a 
most extraordinary' mathematician and astronomer, thoroughly 
familiar with both ancient and modem classics, and a devoted 
■student. He taught many young men his remarkable mcrh-.-ds 
:n the use of figures. 

Chi/d: 

*'j52 Sarah Josephine, b. July 3, 1337, m. Charles Gibson; lives at Albany, 
N. Y. ; had two sons. 

424 

HENRY JOSEPH' GALLUP {Jarcd\ Henry\ Baiadam\ 
Bcnadam^, /ohn\ John'), son of Jared and Mary (Whipple) 
Gallup, bom in Preston, Conn., February 11, 18 10, married 
Elizabeth Fox, who was born April 22, 1824, in East Hartford, 
Conn. Lived near Poquetannock, Conn. ; he died November 
I. i>^82, aged 72. 



120 GENEALOGY OF 

Children : 

953 Henry Jared, b. May ii, 1551. 

954 Mary Elizabeth, b. June 26, 1S55. 

955 William Clarence, b. April 7, 1S5S. 

956 John Mason, b. May 31, iS6r, d. Aug. 31, 1865. 

REBECCA' GALLUP {Jacob\ Xathan\ Benadam\ Ben- 
adam^^ John'', Jo/m^), daughter of Jacob and Rebecca (Morgan) 
Gallup, bom October 6, 17S5, died April 4, 1830; married 
Avery Allyn of Groton, March 28, 1807. 

Children : 

Alithea Allyn, b. Aug. 26, 1807. 

AvERV " b. Jan. 30, 1809. 

Lucia D. " b. Feb. 14, 1S12. 

Parthenia " b. Nov. 26, 1S14. 

Lydia " b. May 14, 1817. 
Rebecca 



_ ,, ( b. Nov. II. 1 82 1. 

Temperance 

426 

JACOB' GALLUP {/c7rc^d\ Nat/uni\ Bcnadam\ Bcnadam\ 

John'', John^), son of Jacob and Rebecca (Morgan) Gallup, 

bom April 24, 1787; married first. Parthenia ^lorgan, May 

24, 1812; married second, Mrs. Sarah (Bill) Williams, October 

15, 1830. 

Children by Fir si Marriage : 

*957 Prldence. b. Sept. 27, 1S15, m. John W. Bill, Aug. 4, 1S36. 

*.,-,T T u>' oD„' Elizabeth Spicer. 

*95= Jacob Lorenzo, b. Nov. 27, 1S18, m. - ^^^^^ ^.^^^^^^ 

959 Frances A. b. Apnl 20, 1821, m. Dudley Davis, Oct. 19, 1S41. 

960 Calvin, b. Jan. 13, 1824. 

961 Horace, b. Aug. 20, 1827. 

Child by Second Marriage : 

962 Sarah, m. Calvin Allen. 

427 

LUCY' GALLUP {Jacob\ Nathan\ Bcnadmn\ Benadam\ 
John'', John''), daughter of Jacob and Rebecca (Morgan) Gallup, 
bom March 22, 1789, married Israel Allyn, August i, 1813, 
born December 24, 1790; live in (Jhio. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 121 





Children: 






George H. 


Allyn, b. Oct. 


20, 


1814. 


Israel M. 


b. Jan. 




iSiS. 


Abel G. 


b. Oct. 


4. 


1820. 


Lucy R. 


" . b. Sept. 


15. 


1822. 


At'STLV 


b. Aug. 


20, 


182S. 


Lydia 


b. June 


16, 


1831. 


Hannah 


b. Aug. 


13, 


1835- 



428 

LOIS' GALLUP {Jacob\ NatJLan\ Benadain\ Bcnadam\ 
John'', John'), daughter of Jacob and Rebecca (Morgan) Gallup, 
born April 17, 1791, married Charles Allyn of Groton, Conn., 
Februar}', 18 14. 

Children : 
L'lLisA Allyn, m. R. A. Williams. 

Rev. Robert Allyn, D.D., L.L.D., m. first, Emeline H. Denison, b. Oct. 
14, iSio. Children: Charles Allyn, b. Sept. 5, 1842, m. Helen Starr, 
Nov. 18, 1S67, has a book store in New London, Conn. ; Emeline Lucy 
Allyn, b. April 12, 1S44, m. William Hypes of Lebanon, 111. She had 
been professor in Jacksonville (Illinois) Female College. Rev. Robert 
Allyn is president of the State Normal University at Carbondale, 111. 
His wife, Emehne. died April 24, 1844. He married second, Man,- B. 
Buddington, June 24, 1845; she died OcL 1879. 
Amanda Allyn. 

J \.MES 
'-■-.LVIN 

431 

LYDIA' GALLUP {Jacob\ NatJian\ Benadam\ Benadam\ 
John\ John'), daughter of Jacob and Rebecca (Morgan) Gallup, 
•rn July 5, 1797, married Lewis Wadhams of Goshen, Conn. 

Children : 

Lewis C. Wadh.-^.ms. 

Lydi.\ A. 

Moses " 

Marvin " — 

ELIZABETH' GALLUP {Christopher', Nathan\ Benadam\ 
>',iJam\ John\ John'), daughter of Christopher and Mr.s. 
-Martha (Stanton) Prentice Gallup, bom January 21, 1795, 
-I'irried Warren Williams, January 12, 1815. 



\'2-2 GENEALOGY OF 

Children : 
Henry W. Williams, b. Jan. 20, 1S16. 
GuRDON O. " b. Nov. 14. iSi7- 

Elizabeth M. " b. Feb. 2, 1S20. 

Hezekiah W. " b. Aug. 10, 1S22. 

Julia A. " b. Feb. 11, 1825. 

AsENATH G. " b. May 13, 1S27. 

Charity H. " b. May 2, 1S29. 

S.A.RAH G. " b. Aug. 6, I S3 1. 

Nathan " b. June 28, 1S33. 

J.\NE E. " b. Dec. 25, 1S38. 

436 

JULIA A.' GALLUP {Christopher', Nathan\ Benadain\ 

Benadam\ John\ John'), daughter of Christopher and Mrs. 

Martha (Stanton) Prentice Gallup, born July 26, 1807, married 

Joseph S. Williams, December 29, 1S24, who died February 19, 

1889; Mrs. Julia A. Williams died May 19, 1883. They lived 

on the ancestral farm of Thomas Stanton, one of the first 

settlers of Stonington, which was never occupied by any other 

than Stantons until Mr. Williams lived there. 

Children : 

Joseph S. Williams, Jr. b. Dec. 11, 1S25, d. Sept. it, 1S34. 

William " b. Dec. 19, 1827. m. Lydia H. Clift, May 3, 1:53. d. 

March 16, 1S57. 
Elias " b. Jan. 19, 1830, m. Susan Brown; now of Mystic. 

Julia A. " b. June 29, 1832, m. Salmon C. Foote, Oct. 16, 1S51. 

Joseph S. (2d) " b. Aug. 12, 1S34. m. Elizabeth C. Foote, Jan. 13, 

1853; now of Mystic. 
Charles " b. March 28, 1837, m. Julia A. Lewis, Nov. 23, 

1859, d. Oct. 30, 1865. 
Warre.n " b. June 16, 1S44, d.'Nov. 9, 1869. 

Martha E. " t. Jan. 26, 1846, d. Oct. 15. 1857, 

437 

CHRISTOPHER MILTON' GALLUP {Christopher\ 
Nathan\ Bcnadam\ Benadam\ John\ John'), son of Chris- 
topher and Martlui ( Stanton ) <}allup, b-m November 25, 
1809. marncd Aiina S, Billings, June 5, 1S33, died February 
19, 1874, at Ledyard, Conn. ; his wife died at St. Paul, Minn., 
August 31, 1874. 



GALLUP FAJIILY. 



123 



Chiidren : 

♦963 Martha Ann-, b. Sept. 7, 1S34, m. Col. Chauncey W. Griggs. 

♦964 Christopher Morgan, b. May 31, 1S36, m. Hannah Lamb. 
•965 N.A.TH.\N, b. Oct. 13, 1S4S, m. P. EmmaGeer. 

966 NoYES P. b. April 30, 1653, at Ledyard, Conn., m. Xov. 

17, i88r, Cora E. Morgan, daughter of Herman L. Morgan of Cleve- 
land; lives at Cleveland, Ohio. 



442 

LODOWICKC.^ GALLUP {Lodozvick\ Nathan\ Benadain,\ 
Benadain\ John\ John'), son of Lodowick and Margaret 
(Phelps) Gallup, bom February 11, 1809, married Nancy White, 
September 22, 1834. 

Children : 

967 Nelson. 

968 Ed\v.\rd. 

969 William. 

970 Henry. » 

971 Benj.\.min. 



Zkihaniah 



444 

FANNY MARL\' GALLUP {Lodozuh-k\ Nathan', Bcnadam\ 
I'cnadaui', John\ John'), daughter of Lodowick and :Margaret 
(Phelps) Gallup, born March 2, 1814, married Giles Williams of 
Pomfret, Conn., September 13, 1S33. After the death of :Mrs. 
Fanny M. Gallup, Mr. Williams married her sister, Cecilia Gal- 
lup, December 6, 1869. 

Children : 

Williams, b. Feb. 20, 1S35, m. Minerva V. Park, daughter of 
Appleton Park of Pawtucket, R. I., Nov. 24, 1S64; 
lives at Providence, R. I., and is agent for Provi- 
dence and Stonington Steamship Co. Children: 
Appleton Park, b. Jan. 28, 1867; Frank Elmer, b. 
Sept 27, 1870; Florence Minerva, b. Sept. i3, 1874. 
b. Jan. 16, 1S36. 
b. Jan. 16, 1838. 
b. March 23, 1S40. 
b. March i, 1842. 
b. Oct. 31, 1544. 
b. April to, 1S43. 
b. May 4, 1550. 
b. Jan. 22, 1S53. 



^Iargaret p. 
Ellen M. 
Giles A. 
Job 

^"athan G. 

y US E. 

■•"whan 



124 GENEALOGY OF 

446 

ASA ORAX^ GALLUP (Lodoivkk\ Xathan\ Bcnadam\ 
Bt-iiadain\ Joh!i\ John'), son of Lodowick and Margaret 
(Phelps) Gallup, born January 31, 1819, married Wealthy P. 
Palmer at Lenox, N. Y., July 4, 1S49. He died November 
12, 1865, at Alexandria, Va. 

Children : 
972 Linda W. b. at Lenox, N. Y., July 10, 1851, m. Henry D. Hard, Feb. 
13, 1S75. Children: Erma W. b. Sept. S, iSSi ; Oran C. b. June 
20, 1SS4. 
*973 Lodowick E. b. Nov. 8, 1S56, at Dumfries, Va. 

974 Oran Palmer, b. i860, d. 1S61. 

975 Asa Or.an, b. Sept. 24, 1S65, at Alexandria, Va., m. Mina E. Dewey, 

June 29, 1SS9. Child : Arietta Marie, b. Sept. 24, 1890, at Albany,N.Y. 

447 

DWIGHT^ GALLUP (Lodoicick\ Nathan\ Bcnadam\ Ben- 
ada>n\ Johir. John'), son of Lodowick and Margaret (Phelps) 
Gallup, born April 14, 1825. He married Lydia A. Wadhams 
of Goshen, Conn., November 19, 1S49, and settled on a farm 
in that town, where he lived until after the war, when he 
returned to Ledyard, his native town, where he is now living. 

CJ ildren : 

976 Jane W. b. Sept. 19, 1S51, m. Russell Gallup, May 3, 1S74. 

977 Moses W. b. Aug. 8, 1853, 
97S Ralph, b. Sept. 6, 1858. 

979 LiLLiE. b. June 5, 1S60. 

980 Lrcv M. b. Jan. 26, 1S64. m. Adam Larrabee of Ledyard, Nov. 

19. i;r2. 

456 

DANIEL^ GALLUP {/o/in\ Joseph\ Joseph\ Benadam\ 
John\ John'), son of General John and Hannah (Denison) Gal- 
lup; bom September 12, 1789; married first, Nancy Denison; 
married second, ^Lary Cheesebro. He died January 27, 1S59. 

Childrtn liy First Marriage : 
■I't ]• .;{■, \). Went to Canada and died there; left three daughters. 
(ja2 Ann M. m. S. H. Carter. They had one son who lives in Auburn, N. Y. 

Child by Second Marriage : 
0^3 Damkl R. b. Feb. i, 1S37; m. Elizabeth Ann Schuyler Feb. 14, 1S61 ; 
now living in Sloansville, Sch'^harie Co., X. Y. 



GALLUP fa:mily. 125 

457 

JOSEPH' GALLUP {John\ Joseph\ Jostph\ Baiadain\ 
John", John'), son of General John and Hannah (Denison) Gal- 
hip; born December 9, 1791 ; married Lticy A. Fowler, daugh- 
ter of Benjamin and Lucy Fowler, May 12, i8i6;hedied May 
;o, 1S70, at their home in Knox, N. Y. Lucy A. Fowler Gal- 
lup was born May 11, 179S, and died January 26, 1864. 

Children : 

♦9=^4 Benjamin Fowler, b. July 12, iSiS. 

923 Ll-cy Ann, b. May 14.1S20, d. April 16, iS63, at Knox, N. Y. 

9S6 Amanda Maria, b. Sept. 11, i322, m. Abram P. Walker, Sept. 14, 1S64. 
Residence New Scotland, Albany Co., N. Y. 

987 LucRETiA Amelia, b. Jan. 26, 1S26; m. Iziahiah W. Chesebro, Feb. 6. 
1S49, d. Aug. 25, 1S64, at Cohoes, N. Y. Childreii: Robert D., b. 
Nov. 19, 1S49, d. Oct. 13, 1365. Alida, b. March 7, 1353, m. Edgar 
H. Cook, Aug. 31, i3S2. Joseph D., b. April 10, 1S59, d. April 15, 
1863. Lucy A., b. July 12, 1S64. Residence, Albany. X. Y. 

953 Emma Abigail, b. May i3, 1S20, m. John M. HotaUng, June 14, 1S54. 
Residence, Delmar, X. Y. 

9S9 Cornelia Ester, b. May 30, 1533, ra. John Ketcham, Dec. 15, 1S57. 

<yyo John Jay, b. Oct. 6, 1S35, m. Jan. 14, 1S73, Mary Frederick. One 
child, Anna Louisa, b. Jan. 14, 1S75, d. Sept. 20, 1875, at their resi- 
dence in Knox, X. Y. 
*^J9I Henry Gardiner, b. Feb. 7, i?33. 

■V)i Blzaleel Hwwk, b. Aug. 27. 1^42, unmarned. Residence, Xew York 
City. 

460 

GURDON' GALLUP {John\ Joseph', Joseph', Bcnadain\ 
John'', John') son of General John and Hannah (Denison) Gal- 
lup; born June 12, 179S; married Eva Haverly, who was bom 
May 14, 1804. He died December 11, 1884. 

Children : 

993 Hannah, b. March 14, 1821. 

994 Horace, b. Xov. 26, i322. 

995 Maria E. b. Dec. 5, 1S24, d. Jan. 24. 1S26. 

996 Hirum, b. Nov. 3, 1826, d. June 23, 1S23. 

997 Aliua, b. May g, 1829. 
*998 Charle-s, b. April 19, 1831. 
*999 James H. b. May 14, 1833, 

i'j<jo Silas D. b. Feb. i, 1839, d. April 26, 1342. 

looi Aijelaiuk M. b. March 7, 1842. 



126 GENEALOGY OF 

461 

ESTHER' GALLUP {John\ Joseph\ Joseph', Benadam\ 
JoJui^, JoJin^), daughter of General John and Hannah (Denison) 
Gallup; bom July 19, iSoo; married Ehenezer A. Denison; bom 
in 1788; lived at Rutherford Park, N. J., died Januar}^ 10, 18S4. 

CJtildren : 
Avery Denison, m. Elizabeth Meigs. 

Admetus " b. April 26, 1S24, m. Margaret Farley, June, 

1 866; lives at Vernon Centre, Blue Earth 

Co., Minn. 
Edwin " lives at Esperance, N. Y. 

Mary O. " m. J. W. Holmes, Sept. 4, 1S47. 

Alida " m. Albert RejTiolds. 

H.-\.NNAH Elizabeth " m. William Lock of Perth, Canada, Dec, 25, 

1S46. 

463 

LUCY' GALLUP {Gurdon\ Joseph', Joseph', Bcnadam\ /ohn\ 
John'), daughter of Gurdon and ^ybil (Capron) Gallup; bom 
at Groton, Conn., November 5, 1796; married Rev. Hector 

Bronson. 

Children : 
Anna E. Bronson. 

Harriet " m. Samuel Williams ; now a widow in New York 

City. 
John Oscar " b. in Glastonbury, Conn., Nov. 29, 1S27; now in 

New York City. 
Li;';y Maria " m. Howard Hinton, of Hume Journal, X. Y. 

Maky Ellen '• m. W. R. C. Clark, now of Indian Springs, Fla. 

467 

JOSEPH' GALLUP {Gurdon\ Joseph', Joseph', Bcnadam\ 
John', John\ son of Gurdon and Sybil (Capran) Gallup of Pres- 
ton, Conn.; born May 2, 1803; married Abby Ann Denison, 
November 3, 1825. She was born November 15, 1807 ; lived in 
Cuba, N. Y. 

Children : 

looia Joseph Oscar, b. Aug. 30, 1828, m. Isabel Carpenter. He was a 

soldier in the war. 

KKjib Ai;i!v Ellkn, b. March 25, 1S31, m. Ro'.ert Wasson. 

i'j<jic FkANCEs Aueline, b. Oct 24, 1S33, m. Je!T(.rs<m Halstoad. 

iwid Gurdon, b. Feb. iS, 1S36, m. Ihiniiah Xash. He wa.s a 

soldii.-r m the war. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 127 

looie Charlotte A. b. Aug. 2, 1S3S, m. James Carpenter, 

looif Elizabeth, b. Feb. 16, 1841, m. Henry Chesebro. 

looig Giles F. b. April 21, 1843, m. Mary E. Green, 

looih Emma, b. March 25, 1S45, m. James Chesebro. 

icx3ii Charles A. b. Dec. 20, 1S4S, d. July 28, 1S64. 

468 

GILES' GALLUP {Giirdon\ JoscpJi\ Joseph\ Bcnadaui\ 
John^, John^)^ son of Gurdon and Sybil (Capron) Gallup; bom 
May 17, 1805; married Sarah O. Witter at Preston, Conn., Jan- 
uary 20, 1833. She was born February 10, 1806; died 1836. 
Some years after her death ]Mr. Gallup married, and about 1844 
removed to the state of New York, and is now living at Cuba, 

Alleghanv Co., N. Y. 

Child: 

1002 Giles Albert, b. Jan. 19, 1S35. In early life he went to Kentucky 
and spent several years in teaching. He studied law and was 
admitted to the bar just before the war broke out. But inheriting 
the patriotism and bravery of his ancestors he gave up his profes- 
sion, enlisted a company, and went into the Union service. He 
raised his company in Oldham, Lagrange Co., Kentucky, it being 
Company I of the Thirteenth Regiment Twenty-third Army Corps ; 
at first under General Buell. He was at first Captain, but was .soon 
promoted to the rank of Brigade Inspector. He was with General 
Sherman on his march to the sea, and had just finished inspecting 
the brigade when he was mortally wounded and died soon after 
about 25 miles south of Atlanta, Ga. During his whole career in the 
army he was distinguished for courage and bravery. 

471 

FRANKLIN' GALLUP, {Gurdon\ Joscph\ Joseph', Ben- 
adam^, John", JoJui^ ), son of Gurdon and Sybil (Capron) Gal- 
lup, bom at Groton, Conn., August 18, 181 2. Married first, at 
Poquonoc Bridge, August 18, 1834, Hannah Burrows, daughter 
of Benjamin and Rebecca Burrows, bom April 15, 18 13, died 
January i, 1843; married second, Sarah E. Burrows, sister of 
his first wife, April 9, 1843. 

Children by First Marriage : 
*ioo3 Hannah B. b. Jan. 14, 1835, m. Rev. Asa C. Bronson, then of Mystic 

River, Conn., Jan. 21, 1869. 

*ioo4 Benjamin F. b. July 13, 1S36. 

•1005 LoREN A. b. Oct. 18, 183S. 

*ioo6 Frederic, b. Jan. 27, 1841. 

1007 Sarah A. b. Dec. 26, 1842, d. April i, 1848. 



128 GENEALOGY OF 

Children by Second Marriage : 
looS Simeon S. b. Feb. 9, 1S44, d. young. 
1009 Edwin S. b. May 17, 1S45, 
*ioio Frances D. b. Nov. 4, 1S46, m. Obadiah P. Howell of Port Jer\-i<. 

N. Y. 
*ioii Adelaide, b. Sept. 23, 1S4S, m. George A. Atkins of Indianapolis, 

Ind. , Nov. 2, 1870. 
*ior2 Walter L. b. April 2, 1S51. 

1013 RoswELL B. b. April 5, 1S54, d. young. 

1014 Lucy M. b. April 3, 1S57, m. William R. Aver}' of Cincinnati, 

Ohio, Oct. 16, 1S77, d. Dec. 15, 1S7S. 
*ioi5 Elmer E. b. Dec. 2, i36o. 

1016 Alice E. b. Dec. r, 1862, m. John M. Gallupof Hartford, Conn., 

Jan. 14, 18S6. 

1017 Florence E.b. Dec. 4, 1S64, m. April 20, 1S90, Rev. Philip Xordell, 

D.D., a Baptist clergj-man of New London, Conn. 

473 

EZEKIEL' GALLUP {Joseph', ElisJia\ Joseph*, Bcnadam\ 
Johti^, John^), son of Joseph and Miriam ( Brigham ) Gallup, 
bom at Hartland, Vt., Julv 6, 1787. He went with his father 
to Melbourne, Canada, in 1800. Married first, Pamelia Bachel- 
dor, October 27, 1814; she died, January 22, 1841 ; married 
second, Rebecca, widow of Joseph Gallup, December 27, 1842; 
she died April 5, 1876. Mr. Gallup removed to Medina, Mich., 
and died there January 13, i860. 

Children : 

1018 Abigail, b. Aug. 15, 1815, m. Luther Mitchell, Nov. 15, 1842, d. 

April, 1S44. 
*ioi9 Ezekiel, b. April 22, 1S17. 
1020 Bk/isv, b. June 4, iSiq, m. John Powers, March 17. i?39, d. 

Feb. i?43. 
io2r Permelia, b. March 15, 1821, m. Richard Osbom, Nov. 15, 1842; d. 
July 17, 1884. 
*io22 Frederick, b. March 11, 1S23. 

1023 Zelotes, b. March 24, 1825. 

1024 William, b. June i, 1827. 

1025 Franklin, b. Sept. 24, 1829. 

1026 Aylmer, b. Sept. 2, 1831. 

1027 Nancy, b. Sept. 6, 1836, m. Mj-ron BuUis, Oct. 18, i860, 

474 

JOSEPH' GALLUP, { Joseph', Elisha\ Joseph', Dcnadam\ 
John'^, John^) son of Joseph and Miriam (Brigham) Gallup; bom 



GALLUP FAMILY. 129 

at Hartland, Vt., June 2, 1789; went to Canada in iSoo and 
afterwards removed to Medina, Mich., where he died October 
27, 1840; married Rebecca Huckins in 1810, who was bom Sep- 
tember 2, 1791; died April 5, 1876. 

CJiildren : 
102S PoLLiE, b. Feb. 24, 1S12, m. H. Post, 1S60, d. April 6, 1S84. 

1029 Fidelia, b. March 24, 1S14, m. Jefferson Bagley 1S36, d. Nov. 12, 1S81. 

1030 Rebecca, b. Oct. 31, 1S15, m. Da\nd Hubbell 1S36, d. Feb. 29, 1SS7. 

1031 Martha, b. Sept. 10, iSiy, ra. Benj. Hoadley 1S35, d. Dec. 26, 1SS5. 

1032 Olive, b. Jan. 17, 1S19, ra. Henrj- Tucker Oct. 23, 1S48. 

1033 Joseph, b. Jan. 21, 1S21, d. April 28, 1840. 

1034 Isaac, b. Nov. 8, 1823, d. June 17, 1836. 

1035 Eliza A. b. Sept. 10, 1824, m. Ezekiel Gallup Dec. 27, 1842. 
1836 Elisha, b. Dec. 31, 1S26. 

1037 Maria L. b. May 2, 1829, m. AlonzoRav-mond 1852, d. Feb. 2, 1878. 

475 
ZADOC GALLUP {Joscph\ Elisha\ Joscph\ Bcnadam\ 
John\ John'), son of Joseph and Miriam (Brigham) Gallup; 
bom at Hartland, Vt., June 27, 1791, and went with his father 
to Canada in 1800; married Lucy Young of Melbourne, P. Q. ; 
died at Melboume, October 19, 1842. After his death his family 
of four sons and two daughters moved to Wisconsin ; and after- 
wards two sons went to California. 

476 

GEORGE' GALLUP {Joseph\ Elisha\ Joscph\ Bcnadam\ 
John'', John'), son of Joseph and Miriam (Brigham) Gallup, 
bom at Brookfield, Vt., September 15, 1793, married Elmira 
Young of Melbourne, Canada, January 28, 1826, who was born 
in 1806. He removed to Medina, Mich., and died there April 
6, 1868; his wife died, February 14, 1861. 

Children : 

1038 George B. b. Dec. 22, 1826, d. Aug. 31. 1854. 

1039 Elmira K. b. Aug. 31, 1828, m. Joseph Shafer, Dec. 18. 1S48. 

1040 Jane M. b. Feb. ig, 1831, m. Gideon Shafer, June, 1S50. 

1041 CoRDiLiA M. b. Nov. 28, 1833, d. 1840. 

1042 Edwi.n C. b. June i, 1836, m. Cornelia Turner, Dec. 25, 1857, d. 

June 23, 1859. 
i'.43 Cak'.i.ink C. b. April 7, 1S39, m. Thomas Joughm, Jan. i. 1S61. 
i<n4 Harkii.i if. A. b. March 24, 1842, m. John Wright, May 31. 1-04. 
104:;, Cok.M.i.i V E. b. Nov. 8, 1846. 



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130 GENEALOGY OF 

ELISHA' GALLUP {Joscph\ Elisha\ Joscph\ Benadam\ 
John', /o/ni^) son of Joseph and ^liriam (Brigham) Gallup: 
born at Brookfield, Vt., February 15, 1798; married Eunice 
Gardner of Coventry, Vt., in 1825, who was a descendant of the 
Gardners of Gardner's Island. He removed to Melbourne, P. 
Q., where he died August 2, 1864. 

Children : 
1046 Miriam b. Aug. 10, 1S25, d. Oct. 27, 1S25. 

*io47 Elish.v JosEi'H b. Oct. 17, 1826. 
1048 Fanny M. b. Sept. 20, 1828, m. Charles Hall at Melbourne, P. 

Q., 1847, d. Jan. i, 18S9. 
*io49 LoRiNG G. b. May 3, 1S31. 

1050 Harriet E. b. March 15, 1S33, m. Robert Burt of Melbourne, 

P. Q., 1856, d. May i, i36o. 

1051 PoLLiE A. b. May 8, 1836. 
*io52 John P. b. May 2, 183S. 
*I053 P. Oscar, b. May 2, 1840. 
*io54 Zadoc Alglstcs b. Sept. 30, 1S42. 

1055 Marcia S. b. Sept. 15, 1844, d. Aug. 16, 1845. 

481 

FREDERICK T.' GALLUP {Elisha\ Elisha\ Joscpk\ Ben- 
adam\ John'' John'), son of Elisha and Hannah (Allen) Gallup, 
bom at Hartland, Vt., married Martha Gallup, daughter of 
Joseph Gallup of Melbourne, Canada, January 29, 1820, lived 
at Hartland. Vt. He died January 13, 1S68; his wife died 
September 29, 1S72. 

Children : 

1056 Frederick T. d. Feb. i3, 1882. 

1057 Elisha J. 



1058 Eunice J.J ' d. July 15,1852. 

1059 Hannah A. m. Jerry G. Hadley. 

1060 Miriam B. 

1061 Lucy D. m. James Hadley. 

1062 Sophia D. d. Oct. 2, 1882. 

1063 Clarine p. 

[Elisha, Miriam, and Clarine live on the original Gallup farm at Hart- 
land, Vt, in the house their great grandfather built.] 



GAIiLUP FAMILY. 



131 



EIGHTH GEXERATIOX. 



485 

SILAS' GALLUP {Tliomas\ John\ Isaac\ John\ John\ 
Joh/i^, /okn^), son of Thomas and Esther (Westcott) Gallup, 
bom March 15, 1800, married Milly Stephenson, October 5, 
1826, and lived in Brookfield, Mass. ; he died November, 1870. 

C/u7d: 
*io64 Christopher Colcmbus, b. May 7, 1827. 

486 

NANCY W^ GALLUP ( TJiomas\ John\ Isaac\ Joh?i\ John\ 
John^^/ohn^), daughter of Thomas and Esther (Westcott) Gallup, 
bom May 2, 1801, at Brookfield. Mass. ; married Welcome 
Wood, December, 1823; he died April 3, 1879. 

Children : 
Clarinda W. Wuod, b. Aug. 19, 1S25, m. Le-wns Henshaw. 
Harvey " b. April 23, 1S27, m. Mar\' Ann Carey. 

Lucy H. " b. Nov. 9, 1828. 

Melvi.na R. " b. July 24, 1S30. 

Jairl's W. " b. Oct. 24, 1S32, m. Charlotte Squares. 

Emeli.ne E. " b. Sept. 30, 1334. 

John G. " b. Dec. 5, 1S36. 

Louisa A. " b. July 25, 1838, m. Benjamin Steele. 

Charles H. " b. July 10, 1846. 



488 

ALFRED E.* GALLUP {Thomas', John\ Isaac\ John\ 
John^, Johii^ Jo/in^), son of Thomas and Esther Gallup, born 
May 15, 1808, married Ann Windsor, daughter of Daniel 
Windsor of Sterling, Conn., March 7, 1841 ; lived at East Rro(jk- 
field, Mass., and Sterling, Conn., afterwards removed to Illinois, 
where he died November 21, 1888. 



132 GENEALOGY OF 

Children : 
*ro65 Daniel W. b. May ii, 1S42. 
*io66 Frederick, b. Nov. 3, 1S46. 

1067 Phehe. b. June 23, 1S49, m. S. T. Call of Emington, 111. 

*io68 John W. b. June 25, 1S53. 

1069 Evelyn, b. Jan. 13, 1S57, m. Otto Putnam. 

BENADA^r GALLUP {Thoi)ias\ Jolin\ Isaac', JoJin\ 
John'', John'', John'), son of Thomas and Esther (Westcott) 
Gallup, born June 21, 1810, married Caroline Henshaw, October 
10, 1832, and lives in East Brookfield, ;Mass. 

Chiidrefi : 

1070 Windsor, b. Feb. 26, 1S34, d. May 20, 1838. 

1071 Hiram. b. April 16, 1S39. 
*io72 Osborne, b. April 16, 1S42. 

1073 Elizabeth H. b. Aug. 3, 1S4S, d. Aug. 17, 1849. 

1074 Caroline E. b. June 15, 1850, m. Josiah Hobbs, Jan. 5, 1S70. c7///- 

dren: Howard E. b. Dec. i, 1S72; Frank M. b. May 25, 1878; 
George G. b. June 4, 1S80. 

490 

JOHN DOL'GLASS^ GXl.l.\jV {Isaac\ Jo/ui\ Isaac\John\ 
Johii\ Johir, JoJin'), son of Isaac and Olive (Park) Gallup; born 
at Voluntown, Conn., October i, 1820; married Martha Dame 
Allen, June 20, 1854, daughter of Rev. Jacob and Mercy Dame 
Allen of Sterling-, Conn., who was pastor of the Congregational 
Church at Sterling for nearly twenty years. They lived at 
North East, Dutchess Co., X. Y., removed to Agawam, Mass., 
1858, where he is now living, and is the compiler of these 
records. 

The following sketch, written by Miss Emily Gallup, grand-daughter of 
Andrew Gallup, one of the survivors of the battle of Fort Griswold, at Gro- 
ton, Conn., is given a place here with some hesitation: not from any want of 
confidence in the sincerity of the writer, but from the author's reluctance to 
ascribe praise to himself. 

[I have just copied the above brief notice of John Douglass Gallup, and 
am suddenly inspired to "put in a word" which I shall ask to have inserted 
here;] 

The pen that has written uncounted wt^rds of praise for others ha.s been 
silent here. And the bo(jk would ever be incomplete without something 
more of the one who has given to us this bestowal of long-l(jst facts, con- 



GALLUP FAMILY. 138 

cerning our ancestry. But that word one, in the singular number, does not 
mean one indi\-idual only, as Mrs. Gallup's interests are one with her hus- 
band's, for to her unceasing enthusiasm and faithful devotion to the real 
work of preparation, is its successful termination chiefly due. 

"I would," that all who read might have shared with me the comfort of 
hearing from their lips the storj- of the book's beginning. 

The first impulse came from the hps of Captain Gallup's very aged mother, 
whose remarkably accurate knowledge of ver>- many who bear the family 
name, was thought worthy of preservation, and Mrs. Gallup's pencil care- 
fully recorded facts as she gave them \\'ithout one thought of the book, 
genealogical, historical, which has finally developed therefrom. 

There are manv unwritten stories of different members of that family, 
now gone, of whom Captain Gallup has told me in the quiet evenings by his 
hospitable fireside. 

One was, of an Indian wigwam that stood in the yard of Captain Gal- 
lup's great-great-grandfather, Captain John Gallup, of Sterling, Conn. Dif- 
ferent Indians occupying the same, whenever they willed, usually going 
away in the summer, and returning for a time each fall, on their way to Nar- 
ragansett Bay, for a winter's stay. 

Upon their leaving, all their effects were tied in bundles and stored in the 
ample garret of Mr. Gallup's hou.se, where they remained, safe from all 
intrusion, until again claimed by their respective owners. 

They had an orchard of their own planting, on the farm, traces of which 
still remain. 

They enjoyed their portion of apples and cider until the cider proved an 
injury-, when they were kindly and firmly told, they must give it up or 
remove. This was not an acceptable message, but after serious considera- 
tion, never doubting Mr. Gallup's sincerity, they decided to forego the pleas- 
ures of the beverage, and retain their transient home. And here they came 
for many years in comfortable security, happy in a sense of joint ownership 
of all the good things the farm afforded. Mr. Gallup was their protector. 
iriterpreter, and friend. 

Tins is only one of many memories, prov-ing that our ancestors were not 
" Indian fighters" from impulses of inhumanity, but, when their homes and 
helpless ones were imperiled, they shrank not from the severest duty men 
ever meet in their defense. And the grateful hearts of their descendants, 
living in different times, hold only love and honor for the kind natures that 
dared to be so brave. 

The present Captain John D. Gallup also owned, between the years 1S70 
and iS3i, the steam yachts Mayflower and River Belle, long familiar to citi- 
zens of Springfield and all along shore down to Saybrook, remembered to- 
day by hundreds of excursionists who enjoyed their comfortable appoint- 
ments on their way to "Gallup's Grove," on the cool shore of the Connecti- 
cut, for a restful day and a return .sail to Springfield, Holyoke, and various 
p<jints, at its clo^e. Phot(jgraphs of these boats hang over tiie table where 
these manuscripts have been prepared. One has on board the members ot 
the Episcopal Sunday School of Christ's Church, Springfield, with Bishop 
J'Urgess, a prominent figure, in view. 



134 GENEALOGY OF 

No fear of stern encounters with "Red Men." by this Captain Gallup, 
but he can point out many of their ancient camping-places. He has an inter- 
esting collection of "Indian relics," many of them gathered along the shore 
of this fair Connecticut, memorable in its silent associations of the days of 
our ancestors. ^ Emily Gallup. 

493 

JAMES H.' GALLUP {Isaac', John\ Isaac\ John\ Jolui\ 
Johii'^, John^), son of Isaac and Olive (Park) Gallup, bom at 
Volunto\\Ti, August 9, 1825, married Sarah E. Selden of Pro\'i- 
dence, R. L, August 16, 1852. He went South, where he lived 
at Macon, Ga. , and Huntsville, Ala. ; during the war came north 
and settled in Carrollton, 111. ; died October 5, 1875. 

Children : 
1075 Charles E. b. at Athens, Ga., Oct. 12, 1854. 
*io76 He.nry I. b. at Huntsville, Ala., July 13, 1S5S. 

1077 Sarah F. b. " " Dec. 19, 1859. 

1078 Selden, b. Sept. 6, 1S62, d. Jan. 8, 1S63. 

1079 Ezra S. b. at Carrollton, 111., March 8, 1S64. 

1080 Alveruo M. b. " " JuJy 23, 1865. 

io8r Mary J. b. " " Jan. 22, 1867, d. Sept. 27, i5S2. 

1052 Lalra Y. b, " " April 26, iS63, d. at Providence, 

R. I., in 1889. 

1053 John D. b. " " March 11, 1870. 

1054 Ambrose B. b. " " July 23, 1S71, d. June, 1892. 
1085 Maria Louise, b. " " March 20, 1S73. 

10S6 James J. b. Sept. 14, 1S75, d. March 3. 1876. 

495 

RALPH P.' GALLUP {Isaac\ John\ Isaac% /ohn\ John\ 
John"^, JoJui^), son of Isaac and Olive (Park) Gallup, bom at 
Voluntown, February 28, 1829. In the late war he enlisted in 
the Eighty-sixth (Illinois) Regiment, August 27, 1862; was in 
several battles, among them Chicamauga and Mission Ridge; 
was slightly wounded at the battle of Kenesaw Mountain ; was 
in the Atlanta campaign and in Sherman's march to the sea, 
and for one hundred days was not out of hearing of artiller\' 
and musketry. He went up through South Carolina, North 
Carolina, and Virginia to Washington, was in the great review 
before the President, General Grant, and other officers, and 
mustered (jut of the service June 20, 1S65. Mr. Gallup married 
Anna C. MeC^rd, February 26, 1873, and settled in Dwight, 
Fi., wiierc he now lives. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 135 



Children , 



10S7 Myrtle Grace, b. at Dwight, 111., Jan. 22, 1S74. ^ t r' — * W 

loSS IsA.\c James, b. ^-^ ^^ ^ne 12, iSy s^C^ i i ^ '■ - ^'/^ ^ ' * -^ 1 ^^^ 

loSg Lilly May, b. " " Dec. 10, iSvafd. Nov. 13, iS.jo. 



496 

NOYES BARBERS GALLUP {Isaac\ John\ Isaac\ John\ 
John\ John'', John'), son of Isaac and Olive (Park) Gallup; born 
at Voluntown, Januan' 12, 1831. He was one of the early set- 
tlers of Minnesota, and married Delia J. Geer at Faribault, 
Minn., September 14, 1S57. She was a daughter of Elijah Den- 
ison and Dorothy Geer of Griswold, Conn. ; bom March 13, 1827. 
He settled on a farm near Wasioja, Dodge Co., Minn., where 
he lived until 1884, when he removed to Ashton, Spink Co., 
South Dakota. 

Children : 

♦1090 Dolly Geer. b. June 28, 1S58, m. Clarence E. Quimby, Dec. 25, 

1882. 
*i09i Jasper .Elij.\h, b. Dec. 26, 1S59, m. Lottie Perry, Sept. 25, iSSg. 
*i092 Thomas Shipman, b. Nov. i, 1861, m. Belle H. Dodge, March 19, iSS;. 

1093 Robert Geer, b. Feb. 15, 1S64, m. Feb. 15, 1S93, Hattie M. Mar- 

tin, only daughter of William H. Martin of 
Beaver, Minn. 

1094 Martha Ellen, b. March 30, 1066. 

1095 Mary Almira, b. July 5, i36S. 

1096 Is.\AC Gardner, b. Jan. 15, 1872. d. May 20, 1875. 



497 

CHARLES E°. GALLUP {Isaac\ John\ Isaac\ John\ 

John\ John\ John'), son of Isaac and Olive (Park) Gallup; 

bom at Voluntown, March 26, 1833. He went to Minnesota in 

1856, married Carrie H. Daniels, November 26, 1862, and 

settled on a farm in Dodge Co., Minn. Mrs. Carrie H. Gallup 

died April 2, 1887. 

Children : 

i'")7 Edwin D. b. April 22, 1364. 

I'x;.? Wu.LiAM W. b. Oct. 21, iS66, m. Dec. 27. i3<}2 at Minneapolis, Minn., 

Edith Colwell, who was born Feb. 7. i SOS ; daughter of Rev. Henry 

J. Colwell of Alden, Minn. 



136 GENEALOGY OF 

500 

SARAH B/ GALLUP {Isaac\ John\ Isaac\ John\ John\ 
John'', John'), daughter of Isaac and Olive (Park) Gallup; born 
March i6, 1844, in Voluntown, Conn. ; was graduated at Mt. Hol- 
yoke Seminary in 1868; taught school subsequently at Daniel- 
sonville and "Waterbury, Conn., Peru, Ind., and at St. Louis, 
Mo.; married Gideon G. Tillinghast, September 1, 1879; lives 
at Vernon, Conn. 

Children : 

Clara Berissa Tillinghast, b. July 29, iSSo. 

Flora Sadie •' b. April 5, iS32, d. Sept. 4, 1SS2. 

Arthur Gideon " b. Aug. 2, 1S33. 

Helen Mary " b. Sept 19, 13S5. 

Waldo Elliot " b. June 9, 1S87. 

502 

PHEBE* GALLUP {Fra?icts\ Nathanicl\ Isaac\ John\ 
John'^, John'', John'), daughter of Francis and Hannah (Rice) 
Gallup, bom at Sterling, Conn., March 10, 1828, married John 
Kennedy of Lisbon, Conn., June 17, 1851; now of Oneida, N. Y. 

Children : 

Horace M. Kennedy, b. in 1S52, m. Nathalie Sieboth, daughter of Dr. 
Joseph Sieboth of Utica, X. Y., in December, iSSo. 
Graduated from Cornell University, June, 1874, 
and in July of the same year joined the editorial 
Stat? of the Ut/ca Herald, remaining there until 
April. 1S76, when he went to Germany to pursue 
an extensive course of study. After two years of 
arduous study, returned to the United States, soon 
after receiving an appointment as Professor of Ger- 
man and Literature in the Collegiate and Polytech- 
nic Institute, Brookhm, X. Y. , residing there and 
filling the position successfully until a short time 
before his death. A scholar of rare ability and 
culture, he was also a genial and successful teacher. 
Principal Cochran remarked, that he had never 
met Prof. Kennedy's equal as an instructor in the 
GerTTian language. In February, r--:, he had a 
severe hemorrhage (>i the lungs, sought relief in a 
southern climate, found it n(jt, and in April re- 
turned north to die in his father's house in ( Jnci'la. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 137 

JoiiN Herbert Kennedv. b. at Lisbon. Conn., April S, 1S54, m. Mary A. 
Hovev, Nov. 24, iSSo, She d. Aug. 9. iSSg. He is 
a manufacturer of carriages and sleighs at St. Paul 
Park, Minn. 

SrsA.N D. " b. at Oneida, X. Y., April 27, 1S56, was graduated 

from Vassar College, June, 1S79; m. June 22, 1SS3, 
Prof. John E. Branner, state geologist of Arkan- 
sas. They live at Little Rock, Ark. 

IIattie L. " b. at Oneida, Sept. 15, 1S60; m. July, iSSo, James 

>L Markham, a furniture dealer in Oneida. 

Fk.\nk G. " b. at Oneida, Oct. 9, 1S67. 



509 

BENJAMIN A' GALLUP {John A\, Bcnadam\ Isaac\ 
lohn,* Jolui^, Jo/in- , Jo/in), son of John A. and Polly (Barber) 
Gallup; born at Sterling-, Conn., Augfttst 28, 18 19; married 
Abby ^L Palmer, September 21, 1843; settled at Marshall, 
Mich., and engaged in the practice of medicine; his wife died 
June 5, 1854; he married for second wife Harriet A. Grant, 
< )ctober 11, 1855. 

Children by First Marriage : 

1099 Oscar H. b. Feb, 22, 1S46, now of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Mary L. b. May 29, 1S4S, d. July 25, 1849. 
iKX) L?:on.\rd E. b. Jan. 17, 1S51. 

Child by Sesond Marriage : 
iioi Algusta b. June23.i5;5. 



DANIEL' GALLUP {John A\, Benadanf, Isaac', John\ 
John\ John\ John'), son of John A. and Polly (Barber) Gal- 
lup; bom at Sterling, Conn., May 11, 1S22; married Helen M. 
Beach of New York City, November 22, 1849. He lived several 
years in New York City, afterward in Mar}iand and in Dwight, 
in.; removed to Pomona, Cal., in 1889; died there March 24, 
1891. 

Childreyi : 

'102 John L. b. at New York City, July 19, 1850. 

•103 Nellie Lolisa b. " " Sept. 12, 1858, d. Dec. 7, 1SS2. 



138 . GENEALOGY OF 

511 

ORRIX* GALLUP {John A\, Btnadam\ Isaac\ John\ 
Jolin\ John'', John'), son of John A. and Polly (Barber) Gal- 
lup; bom at Sterling, Conn., Februar}- i6, 1S24; married Har- 
riet J. Aver}', March 21, 1844. He lived at Sterling, Conn.; 
went to Illinois about 1854; lived at Dwight till 1889, when he 
removed to Pomona. Cal. 

Children : 

1 104 Abby J. b. March i, 1845. d. Aug. 16, 1845. 

1105 Sar.\h E. b. May 29, 1S54, d. Dec. 14, 1S56. 

1106 John A. b. May 31, 1859, is practicing law at Pomona, Cal. 



512 

SABRA' GALLUP {John\ Bcuadam\ Isaac\ John\ John') 
John'', John'), daughter of John A. and Polly (Barber) Gallup, 
bom at Sterling, Conn., January iS, 1826, married Horace 
Windsor, April 7, 1845; lived at Sterling, Conn., removed to 
Dwight, 111., in 1854. 

Children : 

Emily A. Wi.ndsor, b. Jan. 13, 1846. 
Hf:RBERT E. " b. Oct. 22, 1850. 
Helen M. " b. April 10, 1S52. 

513 

LEONARD H' GALLUP {John A\, Benadam\ Isaac', 
John\ John"", John'', John'), son of John A. and Polly (Barber) 
Gallup; born at Sterling, January 12, 1828. In early life he 
went West, and in the time of the gold excitement went to Cal- 
ifornia in 1849, going across the plains by the overland route. 
After his return he came to New York City, married Sarah E. 
Beach November 7, 1854, and since that time has lived at New 
York and Brooklyn. Is now (1891) living at Brooklyn; is an 
active member of one of the Baptist churches in that city, hold- 
ing the office of deacon and superintendent of the Sunday 
School. 

Child: 

1107 May Belle, b. Jan. 12, 1869, m. Harry G. Mar.sh of Brooklyn, N. Y., 
Nov. 6, 1888; he d. 1S92. 



GALLU1» FAMILY. 139 

515 

RALPH \V\ GALLUP {/o/i/i A\ Bcuadam\ Isaac', Jolin\ 
John^, Joh>i'\ John^), son of John A. and Polly (Barber) Gallup; 
bom at Sterling, Conn., February 14, 1S34. In early life he 
went with his father to Illinois and afterward went to Australia. 
He returned to Illinois, married Rebecca Reeder October 11, 
1858, and settled on a farm near Dwight. 

C/iild: 
iioS Alr.a, b. Dec. 23, 1S70. 

517 

DIANA' GALLUP {/ohn\ Benadam\ Tsaac\ John\ John\ 
John'', John^), daughter of John A. and Polly (Barber) Gallup, 
bom at Sterling, Conn., October 13, 1841, married Erastus H. 
Kneeland, February 26, 1861. 

Children : 

Edith Kneel-ajsh, b. Dec. 14, 1S62. 

Gertrude " b. Jan. 23, 1870. 

Grace " b. May 15, 1871. 

Frank Hamilton " b. Feb. 17, 1879. 

518 

MARGARET' GALLUP {NathanieV, Be}iadam\ Isaac\ 
John^, John', JoJiri^, John''), daughter of Nathaniel and Sally 
(Barber) Gallup, bom in Sterling, Conn., December 6, 18 18, 
married January 9, 1837, Joseph Noone, who was bom ^March 
9, 1809, in Celbridge, County Kildare, Ireland. They lived a 
few years at Worcester, Mass., afterwards removed to Peter- 
boro, N. H., where Mr. Noone became a successful woolen 
manufacturer. He died at Peterboro, May 12, 1870; his wife 
died September i, 1885. 

Children : 

C.\THERiNE Noone, b. in Sterling, Conn., Dec. ri, 1839, rn- George 

H. Scripture of Mason, N. H., Nov. 20, 1S66. 

Joseph Franklin " b. in Mason, N. H., April 17, 1841, m. Abbie L. 

Wallace of Peterboro, June 28, 1S54; is now in 
the Custom House at Bost(jn, Mass. Ci'iildren : 
Kate Eva, b. March 28, 1867; Ernest W. b. Nov. 
3,1870; Arthur F. b. Jan. 8, 1873, d. -^I^iy 2^,1873. 



140 



GENEALOGY OF 



Richard Hf.nry Noone, 



Albert Wellington 



Mary Elizaijeth 
Charles H. 

William Ralph 



b. in "Worcester, Mass., July 13, 1S43. m. Nancy 
Jane Bailey of Peterboro, Nov. 2S, 1S65; was 
engaged with his father in woolen manufactur- 
ing. He died July 2S. 1SS7; his wife died Dec. 
16, 1SS6. Chilli : Mary Louise, b. Aug, 2S, 1S66, 
in Peterboro, m. George P. Farrar,Oct. 2S,iS34. 
b. Oct. 4, 1S46, in Peterboro, N. H., m. Dec. 30, 
1S6S, Isabella P. Cutter of Peterboro, who died 
March 16, iSji; m. second Fannie M. Warren, 
only daughter of Jesse and Sarah J. Warren, of 
Dublin, N. H., Aug. 11, 1S79. Is a woolen 
manufacturer, successor to Joseph Noone, and 
Joseph Noone's Sons, Peterboro, N. H. 
b. Dec. 15, 1849, d. May 3, 1864. 
b. Dec. 25, 1S52, m. Ina Sawyer of Peterboro. 
Dec. 25, 1872. Is a traveling salesman. 
b. Oct. 17, 1S5S, m. Ariel A. Bowles of Boston, 
Mass., Feb. i3, 1S79. Is a traveling salesman. 
Child: Florence Elizabeth, b. Oct. 27, 1S81, 
in Boston. 



519 

SALLY' GALLUP {Xathaniti\ Bcnadam\ Isaac'% John\ 
/ohn\ Jo/in\ John'), daughter of Nathaniel and Sally (Barber) 
Gallup; bom March 18, 1821; married Chester Bailey, June 6, 
1850; lived at Springfield, Mass. ; died November 10, 1856. 

Children : 
Adelaide M. Bailey, b. April 19, iS^i. 
Martha A. " b. Aug. 25, 1352. 

Chester Jl'lils " b. Aug. 19, 1S55. 

521 

JAMES' GALLUP {Nathamel\ Benadam\ Isaac\ John\ 
John'', John'), son of Nathaniel and Sally (Barber) Gallup; 
bom at Sterling, Conn., November 13, 1825; married Patience 
Catharine Stone of the same town, September 3, 1849; she was 
bom August 31, 1826; he lived several years in New Hamp- 
shire; went to Illinois in 1855 and settled on a farm in Marshall 
Co., 111. ; his wife died December 25, 1891. 

Children : 

*ii09 George, b. in New Hampshire, 1850. 

*iiio Benja.min, b. " 1852. 

iiii William, b. " 1854. 



GALLUP FAISULY. 141 

1112 Jlliett, b. in Marshall Co.. 111., 1S56, m. Thomas Jenkins in 1S75, now 

of Chicago, 111. Child: Ida, b. 1S76. 

1 1 13 Ch.\rles, b. in Marshall Co., 111., i36i. 

JOSEPH' GALLUP {Xat/ia/iid\ Bcnadam\ haac\ JoJin\ 
fohn\ Jolui\ John'), son of Nathaniel and Sally (Barber) Gal- 
lup; bom at Sterling, Conn., September 4, 1S27 ; married Celia 
Gallup, daughter of Erastus Gallup, in 1S51 and went to Illinois 
the same year; he settled on a farm in Chillicothe, Peoria Co., 
111., where he is now living; he was elected to the State Legis- 
lature in 1880 and in 1882; his wife died 1S77. 

Children : 
1114 Jldie, b. 1S52, m. Harvey Wetmore in 1875, lives in Lasalle Co., 111. 
*iii5 M.\Rio.N. b. 1S53. 
*iii6 LoREN, b. 1S5S. 

1117 Nettie, b. 1S62, m. Edward Timmons 1SS2, lives at La\\-n Ridge, 111. 

1118 Eli.en, b. 1865. m.DavilloPotter,iS83,livesinDunlap,PeoriaCo., 111. 

1119 Elvir.\, b. Feb., 1S68, d. Feb., 1S69. 

525 

NATHANIEL" GALLUP {Xathaniel\ Benadam\ Isaac\ 
John\ John\JoJin\ John'), son of Nathaniel and Sally (Bar- 
ber) Gallup; bom at Sterling, Conn., October 18, 1835; mar- 
ried Mar>' E. Mathewson, October 1858, and settled on the 
homestead of his father where he is now living, and which has 
been in possession of the family for more than a hundred years. 

Children : 

1120 jE.\NNETTE,b. Aug. 25, 1S59, m. Albert I. Gibson, Oct. 3, iSSi, and lives 

in Providence, R. I. 

1121 M.\ry E. b. Oct. 12, 1S61, m. George Gallup of Sterling, Conn., Oct. 

20, 1880. 

1122 J L- LI. 4 A. b. Dec. 2, 1S63, m. John A. Baton, Nov. 10, iS^i, now of 

Plaintield, Conn. 

1123 Avis G. b. April 10, 1872. 

1 1 24 George S. b. March 26, 1874. 

526 

CHANCER GALLUP {Nathanicl\ Bcnadani\ Isaac", 
John\ John\ JoJin\ John'), son of Nathaniel and Sally (Bar- 
ber) Gallup; born at Sterling, Conn., October 4, 1839; married 
Abl)v Sherman of the same town in i860; he removed to West 
Hall.jck Pc'jria Co., 111., m 1867, where he is now living. 



142 GENEALOGY OF 

Children : 

1125 Harriet B. b. at Sterling, Conn., 1S61, m. "William Ryan in iS5o, lives 

in Peoria, 111. 

1126 Frank, b. " " 1866, m. Daisy Sweetman in 1S54; he 

lives in West Hallock, 111. ; is 
a tarmer. 

529 

HORACE* GALLUP {Chester', Bcnadam\ Isaac\ John\ 
/ohn^, Jo/in^, /o/ni'), son of Chester and Mary (Barber) Gallup; 
bom in Voluntown, Conn., August 2, 1827. In his early life 
his father removed with his family to Wilmington, Ohio; he 
married Emily Clevenger, July 4, 1S60; she died September 9, 
1863; he married second Francas H. Crar>' of Plainfield, Conn., 
June 14, 1866; they are living at Wilmington, Ohio. 

Children by First Marriage : 

1127 Nettie b. July S, 1S61, m. Ellis Candle, Sept. 21, iSSi. 

1 128 E.MMA, b. July 16, 1S63, m. Charles Hoadley, Sept. 22, iS32. 

Children by Second Marriage : 

1129 Frank L. b. Jan. 27, 1872. 

1 1 30 Anna C. b. Sept. 11, 1S73. 

1 131 Mary K. b. July 22, iSrg. 

530 

ALPHA' GALLUP [Chestcr\ Benadavi\ Isaac\ John'. 
JoJin^, John-, John'), son of Chester and ^Lary (Barber) Gallup: 
born in Voluntown, Conn., June 8, 1829: removed to Wilming- 
ton, Ohio; married Susanna Hale, July 2, 1867. 

Child: 
1132 George B. b. Jan. 21, 1S74. 

531 

HENRY C GALLUP (C//.'^/rr\ Benadam\ Isaac\ John\ 
JoJui", John'', John'), son of Chester and Mary (Barber) Gallup: 
born at Voluntown, Conn., April 10, 1831; removed to Wilming- 
ton, Ohio; married Martha M. Fadder, December 24, 1863. 

Children : 

1133 Cora, b. March 11, 1871. 

1 134 Estelle, b. April 29, 1373. 



GALLUP FA3IILY. 143 

539 

KINNE^ GALLUP {Erastus\ \Villiam\ Isaac\ JoJin\ Joiin\ 
JoJui', John'), son of Erastus and Judy (Rauthman) Gallup; 
born at Voluntown, Conn., February i6, 1831 ; married Mary H. 
Spencer, May 13, 1S55 ; he lived a few years in Connecticut and 
then removed to Hallock, Peoria Co., 111., where he now lives. 

Children : 

1135 Emm.\ J. b. in Windham Co., Conn., March 31, 1S56, m. Allen 

Briggs, April 13, iSyS. 

1 136 Pre.ntiss L. b " " July 26, 1S57. 

1 137 WiLLi.^M K. b. in Hallock, 111., Dec. 21, 1S67. 

1138 Frederick T. b. " " Oct. 27, 1869. 

1 1 39 Nellie M. b. " " Aug. S, 1874. 

HORACE W. GALLUP {Xi^/sofi\ \Villiam\ Isaac\ John\ 
Johii'^ John'', Jolui'), son of Nelson and Betsy (Tanner) Gal- 
luy; bom at Voluntown, Conn., October 21, 1827; married 
Phebe Billings; lives in Mendota, Lasalle Co., 111. 

Children : 

1 140 Janette, m. William Mclntyre. 

1 141 WlLLI.\.M E. 

1 142 Alfred. 

1 143 Mary E. 

543 

JOHN N\ GALLUP {Xeison\ \Villiam\ Isaac\ John\ John\ 
John'', John'), son of Nelson and Betsy (Tanner) Gallup: born 
at Voluntown, Conn., September i, 1829; he married Happy 
Church; lives in New Jefferson, Greene Co., Iowa. 

Children : 

1 144 Eugene, d. young. 

1 145 Edgar, m. Julia Mclntyre. 

1 146 JOSEPHLS F. 

1147 George, (John and William) t\\-ins, died. 

546 

WILLIAM ALBAN- GALLUP (Alban\ William', Isaac\ 

./■■////*. jolm , J'-i:ir. Juiiiv) --;i -.f Alban and Lydia (Tinin;^'-hast) 
'"'^iliup; born fuly 5, 1829; married Mary Ann Tanner, June 10, 



144 GENEALOGY OF 

Childreji : 
1143 Lydia a. m. Archibald Riddell, Dec. 3, 1SS4; lives at Stuben, Mar- 
shall Co., 111. 

1 149 S.\RAH A. 

1150 ALB.A.N W. 

1 1 51 El NICE. 

1 1 52 Benjamin T. 

549 

JOSEPH S\ GALLUP {Alban\ ]Villiam\ Isaac\ Jolin\ 
John'', John\ John'), son of Alban and Sally (Spalding-) Gal- 
lup; born April 5, 1843; married Harriet E. Sherman, Septem- 
ber 4, 1865 ; lives at Plainfield, Conn. ; is a farmer. 

Children : 

1 153 Annie A. b. Feb. 25, 1S67, m. James P. McMahon, Sept. 23, 1SS9. 

1154 Agnes I. b. May 17, i = "--) Twins ^' -^'^^^^^ ^7* 1S7S. 

1 155 Alice I. b. " " " ) m. Frank McMahon, Aug. 27, 

iSgo. Child : Adelbert Joseph, b. ^tay 12, iSgi. 

550 

HER:NL\X B°. GALLUP {Albany William', Isaac\ Jo/in\ 
John'', John'', John'), son of Alban and Sally (Spalding) Gallup; 
bom October 23, 1844; married Mar\^ J. Dawley of Plainfield. 
Conn., March 17, 1863; lives at Morton's Mills, Montgomery- 
Co., Iowa. 

Children : 

1 156 Harriet E. m. Robbie J. L. Taylor, Oct 29, 1S84. 

1157 Edgar H. 

1158 Annie M. 

1159 Almeda L. 

1160 Adelaide A. 

551 

Dr. ISAAC B.^ GALLUP {Alban' , William', Isaac', John\ 
John^, John'', John'), son of Alban and Sally (Spalding) Gallup. 
bom August 16, 1846, married Marietta Hebbard, September 
16, 1879, and lives at Willimantic, Windham Co., Conn., a 
physician. 

Children : 

1 161 Ink/. M. b. July S, iSSo. 

1 162 BEkTiiA C. b. April i3, 18S3. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 14o 

Dr. CHARLES N/ GALLUP {Alban\ William', /saac\ 
John\ Joint'' ^ Jolnr, John'), son of Alban and Sally (Spalding-) 
Gallup, born Augfust 2, 1S53, married May Foote, December 
25, 1883; lived at Columbia, Conn., removed to Preston, Conn. 
Is a physician. 

WILLL\^r GALLUP {Tlioiiias\ John' John\ John\ John\ 
John\ Johti'), son of Thomas and Lucy Gallup, born in Volun- 
town, Conn., March 18, 1796, married Lucy Budlong at Paris, 
Oneida Co., N. Y., November i, 1826. They lived at Paris, N. 
Y., where he died July 4, 1884; his wife died February 23, 1882. 

Children : 

H63 Delia E. b. Sept. 11, 1S29, d. July 26, 1S30. 

1164 James A. b. Aug. 16, 1S35, d. Oct. 26, 1839. 

1165 Lydia A. b. Oct. I. 1S45, d. March 15, 1S49. 
*ri66 Daniel B. b. May 24, i?32. 

1167 James D. b. Aug. i5, i?4i. m. Isabel Brewster of South East. Put- 
nam Co., N. Y., Oct. 21, 1SS6; is now living at Ca.ss\nlle, N. Y., in 
railway service. 

116S Delia T. b. Nov. 17, 1S43. 

PHEBE' GALLUP {Thomas\ JoJul\ John\ John\ Jolin\ 

John'', John'), daughter of Thomas and Lucy Gallup, bom 

in Voluntown, Conn., October 7, 1799, married Daniel Gallup, 

August 26, 1820. 

Children : 

ii6g Amos, b. May 29, 1S24, d. Dec. 14. 1S64. 

1170 Byro.v, b. June 6, 1S27. d. March S, 1870. 

1171 Harvey, b. Sept. 31, 1837, d. Feb. 21, 1862. 

556 

LYDIA* GALLUP {Thomas', John\ John\ John\ John\ 
John'', John'), daughter of Thomas and Lucy Gallup; born at 
^'•nuntown. C"nn., November 28, 1805: married Asher Gallup, 
Scjjtember 10, 1828. > 



146 GENEALOGY OF 



Children . 



1172 Rosamond, b. July 9, 1S30, m. G. C. Paddock, March 19, 1851. 

1173 Esther J. b. Sept. S, 1S32, m. Milo Rising, Oct. 20, 1S53. Children: 

Irving, b. Oct. 11, 1855; H. On.-ille, b. April 
I, 1S5S; Earl M., Jan. 11, 1364. 

1 1 74 Ch.-\rles a. b. Aug. I, 1S36, m. Louise Taylor, Feb. 12, iShi, m. sec- 

ond, Emma J. Birdseye, May 10, 1865. Chil- 
dren: Harry, b. May 15, 1866; Minnie, b. 
Aug. 21, 1S70. 

557 

THOMAS R^ GALLUP {Thomas\ John\ John\ John\ 
John\ John'', John'), son of Thomas and Lucy Gallup; bora in 
Voluntown, Conn., January 28, 1808; removed with his father 
to Paris, Oneida Co., N. Y., in 1815; married Cynthia Budlong, 
January 26, 1831 ; he died in St. Joseph, Mo., July 22, 18S1. 

Childreji : 
RosEL, b. Aug. 28, 1832, d. Oct. ii, 1832. 

Frankli.n, b. June 7, 1834, m. Amanda Chapman, Feb. 14, 1S61, d. 
Jan. 13, 1862. 

1175 Richard M. b. May 12, 1841, m. Mrs. Sarah Frazer, April 13, 1SS6. 

1176 George W. b. Oct 17, 1844, d. April 30, 1S65. 

1 1 77 Charles D. b. July 7, 1849, d. March 21, 1854. 

117S Clara N. b. Aug. 2, 1855, m. D. N. Alexander, Aug. 5, 1878. She 

died Feb. 28, 18S9. Cliildren: George Ran- 
dall, b. July 13, 1879; Archie Moore, b. April 
29, 1881 ; Anna Theresa. 

560 

EZRA" GALLUP {Thomas', John\ John\ John\ John\ 
/ohn\ John'), son of Thomas and Lucy Gallup; bora in Paris, 
Oneida Co., N. Y., Juh' 12, 1818; married Anna Bates, March 
1848; he died in Homer, N. Y., June 9, 1887. 

Children : 

1 1 79 George. 

1 180 Carleto.n. 
iiSi A.nna G. 

561 

JABEZ F. ' GWA.V'^iXalhann/ C. \ lVhcrli-r\ John\ John\ 
John\ John', John'), son of Nathaniel C. and Dinah (Edmunds) 



GALLUP FAMILY. 147 

(rallup, bom at Voluntown, March 19, 1S09. Removed to 
Penns^'lvania, married Docia Brewer, and died in Hamlin, 
McKean Co., Pa., in 1891; his wife died September, 1885. 

Cfuldren : 
11S2 Orson D. 
1 183 Orfha, m. W. F. Callar. 

562 

ANDREW E.^ GALLUP {Nathaniel C.\ \Vheeler\ John', 
John\ J 01171", JoJui^, Jolui'), son of Nathaniel C. and Dinah 
(Edmunds) Gallup, born at Voluntown, September 18, 18 10. 
Removed to Pennsylvania, married Harriet Denning. 

Cfizldren : 
1 1 84 Orvili.e D. 

11S5 Mary, m. J. B. Kimball. 

1 186 RosETTA, m. Felix Gunning. 

563 

ORRIN W.* GALLUP {Nathaniel C.\ Wheeler \ John\ 

John*, Joh)i^, JoJui^, John^), son of Nathaniel C. and Dinah 

(Edmunds) Gallup, born at \'oluntown, July 17, 1812. Removed 

to Pennsylvania, married Nancy Convin ; he died September 

7, 1887. ' 

Children : 

11S7 Leander J. 

1 1 53 DORTON O. 

11S9 Bela C. 

1 190 Delos a. 

1 191 Alba. 

(G. A. Burdick. 

1 192 Violetta, m. j jj^^ ^ ^^^^^ 

564 

NATHANIEL C* GALLUP, Jr. {Nathaniel C.\ Wheeler\ 
/ohn\ John\ John'', John'', John'), son of Nathaniel C. and 
Dinah (Edmunds) Gallup, bom at Voluntown, March 14, 18 14. 
Removed to McKean Co., Pa., married Alsena Derby. 

Children : 

1 193 Wilson O. 

1 194 Rosalia, m. A. S. Hopkins. 



148 GENEALOGY OF 

565 

DANIEL' GALLUP {Xat/tanic/ C.\ \Vheelcr\ John\ John\ 
Johii^, Johri^, Jolui^), son of Nathaniel C. and Dinah (Edmunc.>) 
Gallup, bom at McKean Co., Pa. ^larried first. Lucina 
Dennison, who died January 22, 1S48; married second. Clara C. 
Lucore, lived in Norwich, Pa. ^Ir. Gallup died Augaist 8, 1892; 
his wife, Clara C. , died November, 1S90. 

Children : 
*ii95 N.\THAMEi. C. b. Jan. 22, 1S44. 
♦1196 William D. b. Sept. 11, 1S46. 

567 

EBEN" GALLUP {Xathanici C.\ \Vhce[er\ John\ John'. 
Jolni^^ Johii^ Jolui^), son of Nathaniel C. and Dinah (Edmunds! 
Gallup, born in McKean Co., Pa. ; married Phebe Windsor. 

Children : 
1197 Emma, m. W. Griffin. 
' 119S Carrie G. m. Fred Smith. 

568 

ORLANDO" GALLUP i^Xathanid C\, Whcdcr\ John\ 
John\ JoJut", John\ John'), son of Nathaniel C. and Dinah 
(Edmunds) Gallup; born in Pennsylvania; married Floretta 
Comes. He died at Norwich, Pa., December 18, 1888. 

Children : 

1 199 Henry O. 

1200 Frank. 

1201 Charles C. 

1202 Arnold. 

569 

PHILETUS E". GALLVF (Xal/iante/ C\. \Vhccler\ John' . 
John\ John'', John'', John'), son of Nathaniel C. and Dinah 
(Edmunds) Gallup; born in Pennsylvania; married Laura A. 
Colegrove, December 29, 1844; died September 30, 187S. 

Children : 

1203 Eliza D. b. Sept. 2, 1850, m. J. P. Wendel, April 10, 1S7S, d- 

Jan. i3, 1S87. 

1204 Dolly L. b. June 8, 1853, m. Charles Lemmler, Jan. 25, 1SS2. d. 

^Larch 15, 188S. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 149 

i:.'i Ellen C. b. Maj' 3, 1S56, d. Sept. 19, 1372. 

i:"j6 Jonathan C. b. March 10, 1S59, m. Estella Barden, May 13, 1SS4. 

Childrtn: Myron Leroy, b. March 13, iSS;; John 

Milton, b. Oct. 15, 1S91. 
::i)7 Alhert P. b. Aug. 5, 1S60, m. Mary L. Fowler. Feb. 22, 1S90. 

Child : Ellen Ann, b. Jan. 2, 1S91. 
ijoS A. Lincoln, b. March 4, 1S65, m. Sarah ^L Sellers, Feb. 21, 1SS9. 

ALFRED D^ GALLUP {Natlianicl C\, Whcelcr\ John\ 

John\ JoJin"^ fohn\ John'), son of Nathaniel C. and Dinah 

(Edmunds) Gallup; born in Pennsylvania; married Ellen 

Brewer. 

Children : 

i2og Clement D. deceased. _^ 

I2IO J.\BEZ. 

573 

HENRY W.^ GALLUP {lVheeler\ Whecler\ John\ John\ 
John^, John'', John'), son of Wheeler and Mary Gallup; born 
January' 11, 1819; married Rebecca M. Phillips, September 
15, 1843; lived in Sterling-, Conn.; was a farmer; he died 
February 10, 1882. 

Children : 
I2t6 Joseph H. b. Oct 20, 1345, m. Mrs. Emily A. Maine, March 22, iS32; 

lives in Sterling, Conn. 
1217 HfLDAH E. b. March 31, 1351, m. Rufus Daggett, April i3, 1S75. 

577 

DANIEL A\ GALLUP (John\ Nathan\ John\ John\ 
John^, John'', John') son of John and Matilda (Kinne) Gallup: 
bom at Sterling-, Conn., March 21, 18 19; married Barbara P. 
Gordon, daug-hter of Daniel Gordon of Voluntown, Conn., Octo- 
ber I, 1843; settled on a^arm in .Sterling; his wife died April, 
1885; he died June 22, 1888. 

Children : 
*i2i3 Ezra A. b. Sept. 23, 1844. 
1219 Lucv, b. Sept. 30, 1847, m. James L. Williamson, June 25, i3'')7; 

lives in Woodstock, Conn. 
*i22o Georl;e H. b. Nov. ;, i36o. 



150 GENEALOGY OF 

585 

JOHN R\ GALLUP {SamueP, Nathan', John\ John\ 
John^, Joluf\ JoIiH^) son of Samuel and Maria (Park) Gallup; 
bom at Sterling, Conn., October 3, 1827; married Amarilla 
Frink, daughter of Saxton Frink of Plainfield, Conn., Novem- 
ber 16, 1851 ; settled on a farm at Plainfield where he now lives. 

Children : 

1221 LuETTA F. b. July 14, 1S55. 

1222 Herbert A. b. May 30, 185S, m. Flora Colvin, Nov. 25, 1S86. She 

died Oct 28, 1887. 

1223 Ida M. b. Feb. 7, 1S69. 

587 

DWIGHT' GALLUP {Samud\ Nathan\ John\ John\ 

John^, John'', John^), son of Samuel and Maria (Park) Gallup; 

born at Sterling, April 12, 1835; married Mrs. Jane Northrop, 

November 28, 1867 ; lived at Lisbon, Conn. ; died December 26, 

1884. 

Child: 
1224 Maria Park, b. Sept. 5, 1870. 

597 

JOSHUA^ GALLUP {Joshua\ Samuel\ Nathaniel\ Nathan- 
icl\ Johii\ JoJui^, fo/ni^) son of Joshua and Anna (Hinckley) 
Gallup; born March 2, 1790; was married to Mary Gould of 
Long Island in 18 15, in Knox, Albany Co., N. Y. , by the Rev. 
William Brown; she was born May 23, 1792; he died Ma}' 28, 
i860; his wife died September 23, 1862. 

Children : 
Emma, b. at Berne, Jan. 23, 1817, m. Ira Tvvichell, Feb. 24, 

1836. They had four children, three of whom are living; she died 
in 1S63. 
*i225 Ethan, b. in Jefferson, N. Y. , June 19, 1819. 

1226 Harriet, b. " " SepL 20, 1821, m. David B. 

Baird, March 6, 1845, io Jefferson, N. Y. 

1227 Maco.nda, b. in Jefferson, N. Y., Aug. 5, 1822, m. E. A. Gal- 

lup, Jan. 22, 1845, in Jefferson, N. Y. 

1228 Dorothy, b. in Jefferson, N. Y., March 30, 1824, ra. Ezra Hickok, 

Dec. 25, 1843, who was born April 7, i8i3. 

*i229 Mary Ester, b. in Jefferson, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1825. 

*i23o Wessel, b. " " Dec. 14, 1829. 

*i23i Moruecai b. " " June 6, 1833. 

1232 Jemima, b. " " July 26, 1835, m. Nathan D. 

Perdan, Feb. 24, 1865, in Greig, N. Y., now of Sac City, Iowa. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 151 

598 

ANNA^ GALLUP {Joshua' Samucl\ Xat/ianiel\ Nathanicl\ 
John'', John') dauj^hter of Joshua and Anna (Hinckley) Gallup; 
bom May 22, 1791 ; married Oliver Forsyth of Mystic, Conn. 

Chi'ltirett : 

Mary Ann Forsyth. 

Janette " 

Rhoda " 

Sally ' ' 

Harriet " 

Clarissa " 

Emily " 

Spicer " 

Chester " 

600 

SAMUEL W. GALLUP {Joshua\ Samicel\ Nathaniti\ 

Xatha7iiel\ John\ John'', John''), son of Joshua and Anna 

(Hinckley) Gallup; born January 27, 1794; married Margaret 

Fisher, March 17, 18 16; she died May 19, 1 82 7, at Knox, N. Y. ; 

married Olive Van Wie, December i, 1827; she died January 

24, 1883 at Gallupville, N. Y. ; he died January 24, 1872 at Gal- 

lupville, N. Y. 

Children by First Marriat^t : 

*i233 WvATT, b. Dec. 5. i5i6, at Knox, X.Y. 
1234. Anna, b. July 15, iSiS. " " m. A. Van Wie; now of 

Stillwater, X. Y. 
"^1235 AzoR, b. June r:. 1:20. at Knox, N. Y. 
*I236 Ei.i.K,. b. July 23. 1^22, 
*I237 GiLE?, b. July 4, 1^24. 

Children by Second Marriage : 

1238 Joshua, b. Nov. i, i523, d. June g, 1S91, at Gallupville; unmarried. 

1239 Andrew, b. Feb. 12, 1830, d. Dec. 19, 1S65, at Knox; unmarried. 

1240 George. 
Mary. 

1241 Susan, b. Nov. 25, 183S, m. Abram Frink at Gallupville. 

1242 Margaret b. Aug. 18, 1840, m. Becker, 

603 

SARAH' GALLUP {Joshua^ Samuel\ Nathankr, Xathan- 
tcP, John'', John') daughter of Jo.shua and Anna (Hinckley) Gal- 
lup; born February 23, 1798; married Chester Willis. 



152 GENEALOGY OF 

Childrt)t : 
Emily Willis. 
Amos 

Cynthia " 
Jesse " 

Joshua 

MARY' GALLUP {Joshua\ Samuel \ Nathaniel \ Xat/uvi- 
iel\ John\John\ John') daughter of Joshua and Anna (Hinck- 
ley) Gallup; bom November 6, 1799; married Samuel Morgan. 
son of Moses and Hannah (Gallup) Morgan, November 25, 1827. 
He was born March 29, 1801 ; lived in Noank, Conn. 

Children : 
Moses A. Mor(;an, b. Sept. 29, 1S30, d. Oct. 15, 1531. 
Harriet G. " b. Nov. 16. 1834. 
Hannah A. " b. June 2. 1837, m. Chauncey D. Abbee, of Enfield 

Conn., Feb. 26, 1S68. 
Emeline A. " b. Sept 27, 1839. 
Mary b. April 27, 1843. 

Em.ma '• 

605 

RHODA' GALLUP {Joshua\ Samuel; Nathaniel; Nathan 
iel; John\ John\ John'), daughter of Jo.shua and Anna (Hinck- 
ley) Gallup; bom April ir, 1S03; married Thomas Slade, whose 
first wife was her sister Harriet. 

Children : 

Harriet Blade. 

Avery 

Emily 

606 

^ HARRIET' GALLUP {Joshua\ Samuel\ Nathaniel\ 
Nathaniel\ John\ Jolin\ John'), daughter of Joshua and Anna 
(Hinckley) Gallup; born October 27, 1804; married Thomas 
Slade. 

Children : 
Llke Slade 
John E. " 
Josh LA 
Anna 



GALLUP FAMILY. 153 



607 



LUKE' GALLUP {Joshua', Saiiiiici" Xathaiiicl^ Nathaniel,* 
John", John", John'), son of Joshua and Anna (Hinckley) Gal- 
lup; born at Berne, N. Y., September 26, 1806; married 
Jemima Slade, September 26, 1830; lived at Berne, N. Y. ; died 
May 8, 1S86; Jemima, his wife, died November 17, 1S65. 

Children : 

*i243 Moses A. M. b. July 12. 1S31. 

1244 Lorenzo D. b. May 4, 1S36, m. Polly Allen, Jan. 30. 1S60. Child : 

Homer A., b. May 3, 1863. 

1245 Amanda, b. May 2, 1S40, m. John Van Schaack, 1S62. 

60s 

Hon. ALBERT^ GALLUP {Kalhaniel\ Samucl\ Nathan- 
ui," Xathanid,' John\ John\ John'), son of Nathaniel and Lucy 
(Latham) Gallup; born at Berne, Albany Co.. N. Y., January 
30, 1796; married Eunice Smith, daughter of Amos Denison 
Smith and Priscilla (Mitchell) Smith, of Groton, New London 
Co., Conn. Amos D. Smith was a descendant of General 
Daniel Denison, Commander-in-Chief of New England forces 
under Governor Winthop, and from his son, George Denison, 
the brave Captain of General Cromwell's army, who brought as 
his bride to this country Lady Ann Borrodel, at whose father's 
house his wounds had been nursed after the battle of Marston 
Moor. Nehemiah Smith, of the ^Llyflower, was his ancestor^ 
Priscilla Mitchell was a descendant '..f John and Priscilla WC.cn. 
Amos D. Smith, Jr., and Hon. James Y. Smith, Governor of 
Rhode Island, were brothers of Eunice Smith. After his elec- 
tion to the office of Sheriff of Albany county in 1832, Hon. 
Albert Gallup removed to Albany. He held the office of Sheriff 
till 1835, and was soon afterwards elected to Congress, where 
he served four years, from 1837 to 184 1. He was prominent in 
public life and held many offices of trust. He died in Albany, 
November 5, 185 1. Eunice Smith, wife of Albert Gallup, died 

October 17, 1872. 

Children : 

*i246 Caroline, b. at Berne, Aug. 5, i32i. 

*i247 Ai.KERT Smith, b. " Sept. 20, 1S23. 

.*i243 Priscilla, b. " June 21. 1828, m. George H. Whiting. 



1249 


Lucy, 


b. 


I250 


Edwin C. 


b. 


I25I 


Eunice Ida, 


b 



154 GENEALOGY OF 

b. at Albany, May ii, 1S32, m. Henr>' Delavan Paine. 
M. D., of Philadelphia, Penn. CMtf : Henr>- 
G. Paine, 
at Albany, March 21, 1S35. 

" April 14, 1S40. m. Lieut. Commodore 

William H. Rhoades of the United States Navy. 
Sept. 14, 1876, now (1S91) stationed at Portland. 
Oregon. Has recently removed to United States 
Naval Station at Port Royal, S. C. 
1252 Fr.ances W. b. at Albany, July 15, '1841, d. Sept. 17, 1S42. 

The children of this family are direct descendants in the maternal line 
from John Alden and his wife, Priscilla Mullins (or Molines) of the May- 
flower, thus: 

John Alden m. Priscill.a. Mullins. 
Their son D.wid Alden m. Mary Southworth. 

" daughter Priscill.\ Alden m. S.-vmuel Cheesebrough. 

Priscilla Cheesebrough m. Jabez Cheesebrough. 
Priscilla Cheesebrough m. Thomas Leeds. 
" " Mary Leeds m. Francis Mitchel. 

" " Priscilla Mitchel m. Amos D. S.mith. 

" Eunice Smith m. Albert Gallup. 

Some of the writers on Alden lore credit David Alden with one 
daughter only. A thorough investigation by the Hon. Richard A. Wheeler 
of Stonington, Conn., gives him five daughters, one of whom (Elizabeth) 
married John Seabury of Duxbury, Dec. 9, 1697, removed to Stonington. 
Conn., thence to Groton, Conn., in 1704, and became the grandmother of 
Bishop Seabun,-. 

Priscilla. another daughter of David Alden, married Samuel Cheese- 
brough (2d) of Stonington, Jan. 4, 1699, as above. 



609 

NATHANIEL^ GALLUP Jr. { Nathanicl\ Samuel', 
Nathaniel", Natlianiel\ Jolut", John\ John"), son of Nathaniel 
and Lucy (Latham) Gallup, born at Berne, Albany Co., N. Y., 
October 2, 1798, married Sally Walden, December 16, 1823, 
who was bom April 3, 1805. He died August 13, 1889; his 
wife died December 13, 1870. 

Children: 
*i253 Nathaniel D. b. March 21, 1824. 
♦1254 Lucy E. b. March 21, 1826. 

*i255 Eunice, b. Jan. 27, 1S28. 

*i256 Miner, b. March 6, 1830. 

*i257 George, b. May 6, 1832. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 



155 



*i258 Albert, 


b. Aug. 


27. 


1834. 


*i259 Elmina, 


b. Jan. 


24, 


1S37. 


*i26o John E. 


b. June 


6, 


1S39. 


*i26i Sarah E. 


b. Aug. 


21, 


1841. [Oct. 28, 1S85 


1262 Caroline, 


b. Jan. 


28, 


1844, m. John B. Washburn, M. D. 


1263 Ada ISAliELLA 


b. Sept. 


3. 


1S46, died young. 


1264 Hiram W. 


b. Oct. 


6, 


1849. " 



610 

EUNICE' GALLUP {Nathanid\ Samiu'l\ Nathaniel'', 

Nathaniel'', Jolin^, John'^, John^), daughter of Nathaniel and 

Lucy (Latham) Gallup, bom at Berne, Albany Co., N. Y., 

October 5, iSoo, married William Denison, July 15, 1823. 

They lived in Berne the earlier part of their lives, but lived 

in Stillwater for several years previous to their death. Mr. 

Denison died January 16, 1874; Eunice (Gallup) Denison died 

June 5, 1878. 

Children : 

William Latha.m Denison, b. April ir, 1S24, m. Margaret Crarj-, Dec. 22, 
1 847. He is a manufacturer of cotton knit goods 
at Stillwater, N. Y., under the name of the 
Denison Manufacturing Company. 

S.\BINA " b. July II, 1826, m. Hiram Holmes, Jan. 9, 1847, 

d. May 2, 1S81, in Washington, D. C. 

LrcY Latham " b. Feb. 24, 1S29, m. Harvey H. Hart. Dec. 26, 

1848; they live at Stillwater, X. Y. 

Albert Gallup " b. March 24, 1S30, m. Maria Xeilson, Feb. 25, 

1852, d. May 28, 1SS3. 

Elizabeth " b. Aug. 26, 1833, m. Samuel Hewett, Aug. 26, 

1855; live at Stillwater, N. Y. 

Caroline " b. Sept. 23, 1837, m. Lucius F. Spencer, Jan. 7, 

185S; live at Patterson, N. J. 

E.MILY " b. May 8, 1840, m. Thomas Mowry, Aug. 29, 

i860, d. Qct. 21, 1891. 



611 

SAMUEL' GALLUP (5aw«r/\ Samuel', Nathaniel\ Nathan- 
^^^*, John^, John'', John^), son of Samuel and Fanny (Morgan) 
Gallup, married Martha Palmer of Groton, Conn. 

Children : 

1265 James. 

1266 Frances. 

1267 Pal.mer. 

1268 Alglsta. 



156 GENEALOGY OF 

613 

ELIAS' GALLUP {John Enos\ Sa>i!Hcl\ Xathaiiiii\ 

XathaHiti\ JoJin\ Jolui\ John'), son of John Enos and Betsy 

(Chipman) Gallup, born November 15, 1800, at Knox, Albany 

Cc, N. Y., married Sally Brewster, daughter of Silas Brewster, 

December 23, 1824, who was born June 5, 1S03; she died 

August 10, 1859. 

Cliildren : 

1269 Sarah. 

1270 Enos. 

1271 Elias. 

1272 Betsy. 

618 

SAMUEL C/ GALLUP {JoJui Enos\ Samncl\ Xathaniti\ 
Nathaniel\ John\ John\ John'), son of John Enos and Betsy 
(Chipman) Gallup, bom September 5, 18 10, married Eunice 
Williams, January i, 1833. 

Children : 

1273 Harriet M. b. Jan. 4, 1S34, m. Latham Osterhout, Feb. 22, 1S51. 

1274 Albina, b. Aug. 12, 1837, m. William H. Chace, March 27, 1S59. 
*i275 Seth, b. Oct. 19, i^Y) 

1276 Jane. b. March 9, iS4'<. m. Silas (t. Barnum, Sept. 4, 1S67. 

1277 Elmce, b. April 19, iS-,-, m. J. Darwin Chace. 

620 

JOHN JACKSON' GALLUP {John Enos\ Samuel", Nathau- 
iel', Nathanicr, John\ John\ John'), son John Enos and Betsy 
(Chipman) Gallup, born at Knox, Albany Co., N. Y., October 
8, 1814, married Eva S. Van Schaack, March 27, 1842. He 
died October 8, 1891 ; his wife died January 20, 1890. In 1847 
he was elected to the Assembly, and in 1850 came to Albany 
and made his home there. In 1857 he was elected justice of 
the Justices' Court, and held the office continuously for twenty- 
seven years, during a large portion of which time he was also 
clerk of the court. Prior to that time he was under sheriff 
during the administration of Sheriff John McEwen. After his 
retirement from the court, he had practiced law with his sen. 

Chi7d: 
1273 Joii.s E.Nub, b. March 30, 1844. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 



157 



622 

CYRUS" GALLUP (/^V^/^ £'., Saw/ui\ Xathaniel\ Nathan- 
id \ John\ John\ John'), son of John Enos and Betsey (Chip- 
man) Gallup; born at Knox, Albany Co., N. Y., February 19, 
1819; married Mary Matilda Burgess of Albany, N. Y., August, 
1846 ! she died December 23, 1865: he went West in 1856. and 
was connected with the Chicago post-office for twenty-two years; 

died 1883. 

Children : 

1279 Mary Elizabeth, b. at Albany, N. Y., Aug. iS, 1S49. 

1250 Sarah Adelaide, b. at Knox, N. Y., April 29, 1S55, d. 1SS3. 

1251 Jessie Fremont, b. Leyden. III. May i. 1S57, m. Abram Herr M.fflm 

of Philadelphia, Penn. Children: Harry 
Edward, Herbert Barbour, Harvey, Charles. 'I 
Kenneth and Frederick. 

1252 Edward Blrgess, b. at Leyden, 111.. Sept. 29, 1S59- 

1253 Charles Eli as, b. at Chicago, 111., March 29, 1563, d. iS36. 



623 

ELON" GALLUP {John Enos\ Samuel \ Nathaniel \ 
Nathaniel^ John\ John\ John'), son of John Enos and Betsy 
(Chipman) Gallup, born October 29, 1821, married Nancy 
Broeffe of Albany, January 5. 1S51, who was born Februar\- 

25. 1827. 

Children : 

*I254 El.DKKT, b. Nov. 14- iS;!- 

*I2S5 Ll' Y E. b. May 17. i^53- m- Elia-^ Warner. 
*I256 Bk.ni'in, b. March 1 = . iS:6. 
*i2S7 GEuRfiE B. b. June 29, 1864. 

628 

JEMIMA A. E'. GAhhVP {Nathan\ Samuel^ Nathaniel," 
Nathaniel^ John\ John\ John'), daughter of Nathan and Anna 
E. (Weidman) Gallup; bom at Berne, Albany Co., N. Y., Sep- 
tember 27, 1819; married Elijah Sawyer; lived at Schoharie, 
N. Y. ; she died March 17, 1891. 

Children : 
William Sawyer, b. 1849. d. 1830. 
Florence " b. 1850, d. 1850. 
Marv '• b. 1851, d. 1S52. 



158 GENEALOGY OF 



Arthir Saw 

Ida 

Anna Elizabeth 

Edwaru 

Grace 



YER, b. 1S52, d. 1S55. 
b. 1856. 

b. 1S59; now of Schoharie, N. Y. 
b. 1861. 
b. 1866. 

631 

Prof. HENRY" GALLUP {Xat/ian\ Samuti\ Nat/ianh'l\ 
NatJiaiiicl^*' Jo/ui^, /o/ui^, /o/ui^), son of Nathan and Elizabeth 
(Weidman) Gallup; bom in Berne, Albany Co., N. Y., iSii; 
married Juliet Stone of Rensselaerville, N.Y. Prof. Gallup was 
a graduate of Williams College, and was in early life a student 
in the University of Berlin where he took a three-years' course ; 
he subsequently traveled through Europe and acquired such a 
knowledge of foreign languages that he was known as one of 
the best linguists in the country. His life was devoted to the 
work of teaching, and he was considered one of the best 
equipped academic instructors. The last twenty-six years of 
his life were spent in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., in the work of his 
profession, where he was highly respected not only as an able 
and successful teacher but as an upright and useful citizen. He 
was a man of the kindest heart and the noblest impulses, and 
his friends were drawn to him in bonds of true and lasting 
friendship; he died in Poughkeepsie, September, 1888. 

Children : 

1288 Henry, b. 1850, d. 1851. 

1289 Charles H. b. 1852, is a leading photographic artist of Poughkeepsie. 

1290 Ell.a., b. 1855, m. J. M. Godinez of Havana, Cuba, 1877; lives in 

Poughkeepsie, X. Y. Child: F. Laurent, b. irSo. 

1 29 1 Albert, b. 1857. 

632 

WILLLV:^! HARRISON" GALLUP {Xarhaiv, Sa:nHcl\ 
Xat,haiiur\ Xat/u'iiu'il \ /u'in'\ Jvh r. Joliii'). -on of X.,:':-ir. 
and Elizabeth (Weidman) Gallup: ", rn at Bcrnc, Albary L'>., 
N. Y., Sc];Lcni"jer 29. i.-^i4: married Mrmice H.Throop, M:.}" r^, 
1837, at Sclioharie, NA'. ; she died November 21. 1840, at Scho- 
harie; married second, Permelia Whipple, Fc-jn^arv 13. i'^44- 
at Berne, N.Y. ; she was Ijorn March rS, 18 18, at Kno.x, Ali^an}' 
Co., N.Y. ; he died at Oak Park, 111., November 12, 1862. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 159 

Child by First Marriage : 
♦1292 EiNiCE Elvira, b. March S, 1838, at Schohaire, N. Y. 
Children by Second Marriage : 

1293 Alfred, b. May 15, 1S45, at Schoharie. X. Y., d. in New 

York City in 1S75. 

1294 Frank, b. March 15, 184S, d. at Leyden, 111., Jan. 2S, 1S56. 

1295 William B. b. May 14, 1S51; now of Troy, N. Y. 

1296 Edward T. b. Aug. 11, 1S53, d. at Oak Park, 111., Sept. 11, 1S63. 

1297 Charles C. b. Nov. i, 1856, d. " " Jan. S, 1863. 

634 

BYRON' GALLUP {XatJian\ Samuci; Nat/ianid,' Xathan- 
id\ John^, John"^, JoJui'), son of Nathan and Anna E. (Weidman) 
Gallup; born at Berne, N. Y.,- May S, 1822; married at San 
Francisco, Cal., in 1859, Elizabeth Van Valkenburg of New 
York City. At the age of 14 he went to Williamstown, Mass., 
and learned the printer's trade and worked for Harper's Pub- 
lishing- Co. for about three years; in 1849 he went to California 
with his brother Seneca; died in 1886 at Stockton, Cal. 

Children : 

1298 Katharine D. b. April 14, i860, d. Xov. 7, 1864. 

1299 Ida L. b. March 2. 1867, m. Elbert H. Smith of Stockton, 

March 7, 1889, where they are now livnng. Child: 
Dorothy Elizabeth Smith, b. Oct. 10, 1S91. 

635 

SENECA M.' GALLUP {Xalhan\ Samuel,' Nathaniel;" 
Nathaniel,'' JoJui^, John'', John''), son of Nathan and Anna E. 
(Weidman) Gallup; bom at Berne, N. Y., 1824; married first, 
Elizabeth Schaefer of Schohaire, N. Y. ; married second, Maria 
Fillebrown ; he went to California with his brother Byron in 1 849 ; 
took up land in Stanislaus county where he has since resided. 
Children by Second Marriage : 

1300 William, b. 1868. 

1301 LofiSE Maria, b. 1874. 

636 

SALLY C. GALLUP (A^^///^?//\ Silas\ Nathaniel,' Nafhan- 
i<-l,* Joh)i\ John-, John'), daughter of Nathan and Nancy (Mor- 
gan) Gallup; born August 15, iSio; married Eldredge Chap- 
man, February 22, 1831 ; settled in Hartland, N. Y. 



160 GENEALOGY OF 

Children : 
Emily O. Chapman, b. Jan. 12, 1S32. 

Orson S. " b. May 6, 1S33, m. Sarah O. Harris, 1559. 

Simeon M. " b. July 6, 1S35. 

Rebecca P. " b. March 16, 1S3S. 

637 

NANCY ^r. Q,MA.\:V{Xathan\ Silas\ Nathaniel: Xathan- 
iei: Jo/in^, Jolui\ John'), daughter of Nathan and Nancy (Mor- 
gan) Gallup; born September 10, 1812; married Edwin Smith 
Bentley, of La Crosse, Wis., September 24, 1834; he died 

December 25, 1866. 

Children : 
Abigail S. Bentley, b. Sept. 12, 1835, m. Henr}' T. Magill. 

Clarissa M. " b. Aug. 3, 1S37, m. Andrew J. Stevens. 

Charles S. " b. June 23, 1S39, m. Mary E. Duncan. 

Edwin E. " b. Oct. 22, 1S43. 

William Irving " b. Jan. 15, 1854. 

^^ 

638 

SARAH' GALLUP {Eli\ Silas\ Nathaniel\ Xathamd\ 
John^, JoJiff, John^)^ daughter of Eli and Sally (Crary) Gallup, 
bom June 23, 1819, married Lorenzo ]vL Crippen. 

Children : 
Helen M. Critpen, m. George Cady. Child: Dean Cady. 
Mary E. " m. Leonard Trimmer. Child: Lorenzo Trimmer. 

Frank " m. Alice Trimmer. Child: Merle Crippen. 

639 

ELL GALLUP, Jr. (Eli\ Silas\ Xathaniel\ Xa!hanicl\ 

John'', JoJuv, John'), son of Eli and Sarah (Crary) Gallup, born 

April 27, 1 82 1, married Ann Honor; lived in western New York, 

near Rochester. 

Children : 

1302 Mary E. m. Fred Shirart. 

1303 Ella, m. John Xiles. 

1304 Ambrose E. 

640 

MATH^DA^ GALLUP {FJi\ Silas', Nathanicl\ Xathamcl\ 
John'', John'', John'), daughter of Eli and Sally (Crary) Gallup, 
bom May 19, 1823, married Har\^ey A. Corbin; they live in 
Michitran. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 161 

Cfuldren: 

H.VKLAN CoKblN. 

George, " m. Lennia Ross. Children : Fannie M., Harvey J. 
Elmer 

641 

ANDREW J/ GALLUP {Eli\ Silas\ Xathanicl\ XathanitT, 

John^, Jolni'', John'), son of Eli and Sarah (Cran-) Gallup, bom 

March 31, 1825, in Albany Co., N. Y. Removed with his 

parents, when quite young, to western New York, near 

Rochester; married Mar}' A. Houston. 

Children : 
*i305 Eli H. [Jennie Garrison. 

1306 Susan C. m. Isaac M. Garrison. Children: Mamie, Rachel, and 

1307 WlLLL\.M N. 

1308 Albert J. m. Ida L. Wood. [Ruth Gale Webster. 

1309 Fannie D. m. Judson H. Webster; lives in Brockport, N.Y. Child: 

1310 Sarah. 

642 

MARY ANN^ GALLUP {Eli\ Silas\ Xathamel\ Xathaniel\ 
John^, /ohn\ Jo/ui'), daughter of Eli and Sally (Crary) Gallup, 
born January 13, 1827, married Ephraim Crippen. 

Children : 
Fannie C. Crippen. 
Dean " m. Mabel Williams. Child: Ephraim Crippen. 

643 

GEORGE" GALLUP {Eli\ Silas", Xathanicl\ XathanitT, 
Johii^, JoJui^, John'), son of Eli and Hannah (Wetsel) Gallup, 
bom near Rochester, N. Y., January 26, 1833; married first. 
Delia Houston ; married second, Sarah Darling. 

Children by First Marriage : 

1311 Trad C. m. Ella Smith. 

1312 Charles H. m. Alice Marshall. 

1313 John. 

1314 Helen. 

644 

JOHN' GALLUP {Eli\ Silas', Xathaniel\ Xathanid\ 
Johti', John"^, John'), son of Eli and Hannah (Wetsel) Gallup, 
born May 3, 1835, near Rochester, N. Y., married Anna Coates. 

Child: 
1315 May. 



162 GENEALOGY OF 



646 



SILAS' GALLUP (£/;^v/.'r.r', Si'/as^ Xatha>ihi\ Xat/ianiir. 

Jo/i/i^, Jolui\ John'), son of Ebenezer and Susan (Hardin) Gallup. 

bom August 2, I S3 1, married Phebe A. ^lontonge, who was 

born January 12, 1S44. 

C/iildrcn : 

1316 Eurni, b. Jan. 2S, iS6o. 

1317 Helen, b. April 29, 1S63. 

1318 Albert, b. April 2S, 1S65. 

13 19 Allen, b. May 30, 1367. 

1320 Sl'san, b. April g, 1S69. 

1321 Fannv, b. July 20, 1S71. 

1322 E. Henry, b. June 16, 1S73. 

1323 Geukge, b. July 27, 1S75. 

64S 

PELEG' GALLUP {Gcorge\ Gcorge\ Xatlianicl\ NatJianid\ 

John^, Jo/iii^, Jo/in^), son of George and Lydia Gallup, married 

Maria Scrafford. 

Children : 

1324 Adam. 

1325 Denison. 

1326 Madison. 

1327 RuHERT. 

657 

MARTHA" GALLUP {Jabcz\ Amos', NatJianid," Nathanid: 
John^, Johii^, John^), daughter of Jabez and Eunice (Williams) 
Gallup; born in Stonington, Conn., married Dudley R. Hewitt 
of North Stonington; now of Mystic, Conn; died October, 1SS9. 

Children : 
Charles E. Hewitt. 
Amos G. '* 

Fanny D. " 

660 

ANN ELIZABETH" GALLUP {.Val/^auiel,' Amos', Xathan- 
id\ Xathanifl\John\ /o/ni\ John'), daughter of Nathaniel and 
Sally A. (McCoUum) (jallup; b(jrn at Albany, N. Y., July 29. 
1833; married Franklin White, December 13, i860; now living 
near Richfield vSprings, N. Y. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 163 

Children : 

Martha Gai.llp White, m. John D. Crary. School Commissioner of Rich- 
field Springs, N. Y. 
Frank Havw akd 
Anna E. " m. Olcott A. Chamberlin of Richfield Springs, X. Y. 

Mary Alice 
Helen Nathalie 

661 

ELAM' GALLUP {Ll-i'i\ Levi', Nathaniel," Nathaniel,' 
John\ John'', John'), son of Levi and Jemima Gallup; born in 
Jefferson, Schoharie Co., October 27, 18 14; married Nancy 
Dyer; he died May 29, 1877; his wife died June 21, 1884. 

Children : 
1327a Polly, m. David Crowe at Summit, N. Y. 

1327b AVinthrop, b. at Summit, N. Y. 
1327c Harriet, m. Albert Baird at Jefferson, X. Y. 
I327d Adeline, m. Austin Saxton at Cobbleskill, N. Y. 

662 

AMOS' GALLUP {Levi\ Levi\ Nathaniel," Nathaniel,' 
fohn\ John\ John'), son of Levi and Jemima Gallup; bom 
February 26, 1818, married first, Lemira Fuller; she died Sep- 
tember 13, 1851 ; married second, Eliza Dingman; he died July 

2, 1882. 

Children by First Marriage: 

13276 Dean F. of Hudson, Wis. 

1327 f Je.mima, m. George Shafer at Grand Gorge, N. Y. 

Children by Second Marriage : 
i32 7g Elam D., of Bingham ton, N. Y. 
i327h Eli, of Jefferson, N. Y. 

663 

KETURAH' GALLUP {Levi,' Levi,' Nathaniel,' Nathan- 
iel,' J oh n\ John\ John'), daughter of Levi and Jemima Gallup; 
married Smith Handford. 

Children : 
Jemima Handkord, m. William Briggs at Hobart, N. Y. 
Levi G. " 
Ellen " m. Deles Brockvvay at Hobart, N. Y. 



164 GENEALOGY OF 

664 

NATHAN' GALLUP {Xathan\ Levi,' Nat/ianic/:' NatJian- 
icl^* /oh)i\ Joh>i\ John'), son of Nathan and Pamelia (Baird) 
Gallup; born at Summit, Schoharie Co., N. Y., February 20, 
1S18; married first, Julia Ann Cook, September 29, 1841; mar- 
ried second, ^Lar^• A. Stron^^ at Wilson, N. Y., in 187 1 ; he died 

at Wilson in 18S1. 

C/u'ldren : 

1323 Jessie. 
1329 Bl'rt. 

665 

SILAS' GALLUP {Nathan\ Levi\ Nathaniel'' Xatliauid\ 
John'', JoJin^, Jo/in'), son of Nathan and Pamelia (Baird) Gal- 
lup; born October 3, 1819; married first, Caroline Conkling-, 
October 20, 1841 ; married second, Mrs. Eleanor (Judd) Vaughn 
in 1859; lives at Summit, N. Y. 

Children by First Marriage : 

1330 Mary A.nn. 

1 33 1 ViOLETTA. 

1332 Nathan, of Austin, 111. 

1333 Charles, of Summit, X. Y. 

1334 Al\ir.\. 

1335 Emeline. 

1336 Caroline. 

1337 Melvin. 

Cfuldreii by Second Marriage : 
133S Leroy, of Charlotteville, N. Y. 

1339 Gran 1. " " 

' 666 

SAMUEL B'. GALLUP (A7T///^ry/\ Levi\ Natlianid\ Xathan- 
u'l\ John\ John-, John'), son of Nathan and Pamelia (Baird) 
Gallup; born October 31, 1821; married Orline Vaugn, Novem- 
ber 9, 1842; died January 19, 1858. 

Children : 

1340 Pameli.\. 

1341 John, o£ Worcester, N. Y. 

1342 Seward, of Charlotte\'ille, X. Y. 

1343 Jason, of Boone, Iowa. 



GALLUP FAMILY. IG;' 



667 



ABIGAIL' GALLUP {Xathaii\ Levi\ Natlianicl\ Nathan- 
icl\ JoJui^^ Jo/ui'\ Jo/tn'), daughter of Nathan and Panielia 
(Baird) Gallup; born July 31, 1S23; married Heman Vaui^n, 
February 5, 1S40. 

Children : 

Heman Vaicn". 
Pamelia " 
Julia 
John 

Nathan " 
Herbert " 



669 

BEDENT B/ GALLUP {Nathan\ Levi\ Nathamel\ Xat/ian- 
icl\ John^, John'^, John^), son of Nathan and Pamelia (Baird) 
Gallup, bom April 2, 1827, married Adaline Dyer, March 29, 
1848; live in Summit, N. Y. 

Children : 

1357 Eldene, b. Nov, 10, 1S52, d. Jan, 11, 1S54. 

1358 Wallace, b. May 26, 1557, at Norfolk, Neb. 

1359 Cora, b. Au'^. 7, 1S62, at Summit, N. Y. — 

1360 RoscoE, b. June 27, i?65, 

1361 Bert, b. April 26, iSoq, 



670 

JOHN B°. GALLUP {Nathan\ Levi\ Nathan\ Nathaniel\ 
JoJui^^ John\ Jo/ui^), son of Nathan and Pamelia (Baird) 
Gallup; bom October 24, 1829; married Polh' Dyer, October 15, 
185 1 ; lives at Jefferson, N. Y. 

Children : ' 

1344 Mlnroe. 

1345 Caroline. 

1346 Clara. 

1347 George. 

1348 MiNA. 

1349 MtJKGIA. 

1350 GkAI K. 



166 GENEALOGY OF 

671 

WILLIAM H." GALLUP {.yat/iaii\ Levi\ Nathamd\ 
Nathanid\ John\ John'', John'), son of Nathan and Pamelia 
(Baird) Gallup; bom May 17, 1840; married Albina Dver. 
August 26, 1862; lived on the home-fami until 14 years of age. 
In 1854 he attended a seminary at Wamerville, N. Y., the year 
after at Conference Seminary, N. Y., then at the Fredonia 
Academy two years. Was graduated from the New York State 
and National Law School, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., in i860, receiv- 
ing the degree of L. L. B. ; admitted to the bar at Newburgh, 
N. Y., in i860. In 1S61 located in Marshalltown, Iowa, and 
engaged in the newspaper business in October of the same 
year, and is now editor and proprietor of the Perr}- Chief, pub- 
lished at Pern-, Dallas Co., Iowa. 

He represented the counties of Boone and Story in the Iowa 
State Senate in the years 1876-7-8-9. 

Childre7i : 

1351 Frankie Iowa, b. June 21, 1S67, m. James H. Hamilton, Oct. 23, iSSq; 

lives at Norfolk, Xeb. 

1352 Fred. H. b. Nov. 20, 1876. graduated from Perry High School, 

May, 1S92. 

1353 James G. b. June 10, 18S5. 

1354 Chester D. b. July 24, 1863, d. May 14, 1864. 

1355 Willie J. b. Feb. 20, 1871, d. Dec. 3, 1S73. 

1356 Lucy, b. Oct. 18, 1874, d. Oct. 27, 1S74. 

672 

LEVI P'. GALLUP {EzekieP, Levi\ Nathaniel^ Nathanid\ 
John\ John\ John'), son of Ezekiel and Cynthia (Wetmore) 
Gallup, born November 12, 1S33, at Jeffer.son, Schoharie Co., 
N. Y. He went to Illinois in 1857, where he was engaged in 
teaching school until the autumn of 1862, when he enlisted in 
the Union Army, and served in different capacities until his 
death. Mr. Gallup died in Washington Hospital, Memphis,- 
Tenn., April 19, 1865, and was regimental postmaster at the 
time of his death. 

674 

Dr. EZEKIEL W.^ GALLUP (/i^.-r/vV/', Levi\ Nathanid\ 
Xat/ianid\ Joh,i\ John\ John'), son of Ezekiel and Cynthia 



GALLUP FAMILY. 167 

(Wetmore) Gallup, bom October i, 1S40, married Jennie 
Rowley, February, 1865. He was graduated from the Albany 
Medical College in 1S66, and took a post graduate course in the 
Medical School in Xew York city afterward. Mr. Gallup is 
now a practicing physician in Stamford, Delaware Co., X. Y., 
where he has a large practice. 

Child: 

1362 Levi Dwight Gallup, b*. March 27, 1S69; was graduated from Stam- 
ford Seminary in 1SS9, from Alfred University in 1S92, and is now 
a student in the Divinity School at Cambridge, Mass. 



67S 

SIMEON MORGAN' GALLUP {Ezra\ Ezra\ Nathaniel', 
Nat]iaiiicl\ John'', John", Jolin'), son of Ezra and Clarrisa 
(Morgan) Gallup, bom at Berne, N. Y. , September 30, 18 16, 
married Mrs. Sherrill in 1865. He lived in New York city, 
where he accumulated a handsome fortune. Mr. Gallup was 
known as a leather merchant; he died April 14, 1S83, and was 
buried at Geneva, N. Y. 

679 

CHARLES' GALLUP {Thomas J.\ Ezra\ Nathanui\ 
Nathaniel\ John"", John'', John'), son of Thomas J. and Cath- 
arine (Van Aucken) Gallup, born at Berne, N. Y., married 
Christina A. Becker, now (1892) living at Gallupville, N. Y. 

Childrc7i : 

1363 KiTTiE L. b. Au;.^. 25, 1372. 

1364 THOMAb B. b. Oct. 7, 1873. 



6SO 

BENJAMIN" GALLUP {Thomas J.\ Ezra\ Nathanui\ 
Nathaniel', John'' John\ John'), son of Thomas J. and Cath- 
arine (Van Aucken) Gallup, was born in Berne, N. Y., married 

Sarah Lee. 

Children : 

1365 Nkllie L. 

1366 Clara E. 



1G8 GENEALOGY OF 



689 



HENRY T/ GALLUP {Joh)i\ Dcn'id\ John\ Nathanid\ 
John^, /o/in'', John^), son of John and Maria (Tyler) Gallup, 
born at Brooklyn, Conn., December ii, 1S34, married ]\Iary 
Ann Harrison, December 8, i860, at Brookline, Mass. In early 
life he attended school at Plainfield Academy, and after a .short 
time spent m teaching, he entered the railroad service as brake- 
man on the Boston and Worcester Raiload. He was first pro- 
moted to the position of baggage master, and then to that of 
passenger conductor, and for some time ran between Boston and 
Springfield. In 1875 he took charge of the Boston and Albany 
freight business at East Boston. In 1881 he was appointed 
assistant general freight agent of the Boston and Albany road 
at Boston, and in 18S4 became general freight agent. Mr. 
Gallup, having showed marked executive ability in the positions 
he had previously held, was in 1SS6 promoted to general super- 
intendent of the road, which position he now occupies. His 
wife died December 3, 1890. 

691 

EDWARD^ GALLUP {/ohn\ David\ John\ Xathamd\ 
John^, John'', John'), son of John and Maria (Tyler)- Gallup, 
bom at Brooklyn, Conn., August 24, 1842, married Maria 
Louise King, December 26, 1865, at Monson, Mass. At an 
early age he entered railway service. In 1869, he was pas- 
senger agent of the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad, and in 1S72 
he became general passenger agent -of the Kankakee line. 
From 1873 until 1S7S he was joint passenger agent of the Pitts- 
burg, Cincinnati and St. Louis Railroad and the Kankakee line. 
In 1878 he became general passenger agent of the Boston and 
Albany Railroad. He acted as superintendent of the Boston 
and Worcester division of -the road for a few months in 1S81, 
and the company, recognizing his executive ability, made him 
assistant general superintendent in 1882, with headquarters at 
Springfield. In 1884 he was promoted to the position of 
general superintendent, which he held until 1886, when he 
resigned to become assistant general manager of the Lake 
Shore and Michigan vSouthern Railroad. This position he 
occupied, with headquarters at Cleveland, Ohio, until his death 
at Cleveland, October 22. 1888. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 169 

LUTHER^ GALLUP {A;//os\ David\ John\ Xathamd\ 
John^, Jolui^^ /o/ui')^ son of Amos and Martha Gallup, born at 
Sterling-, Conn., August 14, 1840, married Sarah J. Grain of 
Sterling-, September 23, 1S67. He lived on the homestead of 
his father, and died vSeptember 29, 1SS7. 

Children : 

1367 John C. b. Sept. 24, 1S72. 
136S Ei.LA, b. June 7, iSSo. 

696 

THOMAS F\ G ALLV P {T/wmas\ Thomas\ Thomas', Na- 
tha/iiti\ John^, JoJni^, John'), son of Thomas and Sally (Cutler) 
Gallup; born at Plainfield. X. H., April 29, 1805 ; married Cath- 
arine Beal, March 23, 1834; she was born in Cohasset, Mass., 
February 20, 1S04; he died April r, 1875; his wife is still living 
at the age of 89. 

Children : 

1369 John B. b. Nov. 19, 1S36, d. July 6, 1840. 

1370 Maria T. b. July 19, 1833, m. Alfred Woodman, Aug. 16, 1S66. 

1371 Harriet E. b. Jan. 6, 1S44, d. March 22, 1S67. 

1372 Elizabeth K. b. Dec. 5, 1S41. 



697 

BENJAMIN C^ GALLUP {Thomas', Thomas', Thomas', 
N'atliankl\ John^, Jolur, John'), son of Thomas and Sally (Cut- 
ler) Gallup; born September 8, 1818. He went to Molnle, Ala. ; 
married there and had two sons and three daughters ; nanics 
unknown; he died February 21, 1869. 



701 

REBECCA C\ GALLUP ( Thomas', Thomas', Thomas", iVa- 
tJianiel\ John^, JoIdi", Jolin'), daughter of Thomas and Sally 
(Cutler) Gallup; born at Plainfield, N. H., May 25, 181 2; mar- 
ried Caleb (Swan) Kingsbury; she died July 4, 1844; Caleb 
Kingsbury died June 13. 1889. 



170 GENEALOGY OF 



Children 



George Henry Kingsiury, b. OcL ii, 1833, d. July 12, 1876. 

Benjamin Cltlek " b. July 3, 1S35. 

Sarah Maria " b. Feb. 15, 1S37. 

Byron Francis " b. Jfarch 3, 1839. 

Chari.es Galmp " b. Aug. 23, 1S40. 



702 

CHARLES Y\ GALLUP ( 77/c;,7m^', Thomas', Thomas', Xa- 
thaniel\ JoJiii^, John' Jolin^), son of Thomas and Sally (Cutler) 
Gallup; born May 23, 1814 at Plainfield, N. H. ; married 
Amanda ^L Kingsbury, April 20, 1839; she was born July 6. 
1816; died October i, 1888; he lived for a number of years on 
the old homestead of his father; is now living with his daugh- 
ter, Mrs. Hall, at Plainfield, N. H. 

Children : 

1373 Emily D. b. Oct. 31, 1840, m. Henry Case, Jan. i, 1862. 

1374 Francis D. b. Aug. 10, 1843, m. Maria Riding at Fitchburg, Mass. 

Chi7d: Walter Riding Gallup. 

1375 Amanda M. b. Feb. 28, 1S46, m. William Hall, Dec. 24, 1S66; lives in 

Plainfield, N. H. 

1376 Charles H. b. Oct. 23, 1S48, d. Oct. 28, 1850. 

1377 Stella H. b. Dec. 8,1850, m. Norman Williams. 

1378 Charles F. b. June 4, 1853, m. Abbie Smith at Mansfield, Mass. 

They have two children. 

1379 Benja.min K. b. Feb. 3, 1856, m. Tamah Howe at Clinton, Mass.. 

June, 1S73. 
13S0 George R. b. July 18, i860, now of Northboro, Mass. 



707 

NATHAN Y^ GALLUP {Bcnjamin\ Thomas\ Thomas', 
Nathaniel*, John\ John'', John'), son of Benjamin and Sabra 
(Young) Gallup; bom at Sheldon, Vt. ; married Welthy Wilber 
and went West. 

Children : 

1381 MlKKriT, 

1382 Haku;li. 

1383 SaijK.\. 

1384 Weli iiv. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 171 

70S 

- BENJAMIN S". GALLUP {Btnjamiir, T/iomas\ Thomas\ 
Xi7t/ianit'l\ /ohii\ Jolur, John'), son of Benjamin and Sabra 
(Young) Gallup; born at Sheldon, Vt. ; married Juliette Spal- 
ding, February, 1S39. 

Children : 
*I385 CoRTEZ B. b. Xov. 1830. 

1356 Hannibal, b. Dec. 1S42. 

1357 JiLiA, b. May, 1845. 



719 

NELSON « GALLUP {Asa\ Asa\ Thomas', XatJianid\ 
Joh)i^, Johii*, John'), son of Asa and Asenath (Sanders) Gallup, 
bom at Franklin, Vt., December 26, 1820, married Cynthia D. 
Smith, November i, 1852. Mr. Gallup is now engaged in the 
manufacture of lumber at Barton Landing, Vt. 

Children : 

1388 Julia A. b. Oct. 2, 1853. 

13S9 Lillian R. b. Sept. 25, 1S59. (A't. 

1390 Bandana S. b. Sept. 4, 1851, lumber manufacturer at Barton Landing, 



721 

CLINTON^ GALLUP (Asa\ Asc7\ Thomas', Natlianid\ 

Jvhn\ Johii\ John^). sun of Asa and Asenath (Sanders) (jallr.-.', 
burn at Franklin, Vt., April 5, iS35-. married Eliza Gallv.p. 
daughter of Asa Gallup. 

Children : 

1391 Ella A. b. Aug. 11, 1858. 

1392 Filbert, b. July 24, 1852, an employe of the Metropolitan Fur- 

niture Co. at Springfield, Mass, ; d. at Springfield in iStjo, leas-ing a 
widow and one child. 

1393 Martha J. b. May 5, 1863. 

1394 Caroline E. b. July 14, 1864. 

1395 Mai;i.l G. b. April 22, 1S66. 

1396 ALHi.ki C. b. Aug. 1 1, iS63. 

1397 Mary G. b. March 2'j, 1870. 
139S Ru.->K B. b. March 19, 1S74. 



172 GENEALOGY OF 

727 

BENJAMIN ELA^ GALLUP {Benjamin\ Bcnjamin\ 
Thomas'', XaiJianiel\ Jo/in\ Jo/i)i\ John'), son of Dr. Beniamin 
and Susan (Ela) Gallup, born at Lebanon, N. H., Julv 13, 
1S26; married September 6, 1S5S. Delia S. Hulburd, at Roches- 
ter, Wis., whose parents were natives of Orwell, Vt. He re- 
ceived a collegiate education, was graduated from Dartmoutli 
College, Hanover, N. H., in 1849, at the age of 21 ; studied law 
at Lebanon, N. H., and Bangor, Me. He went west, to 
Rochester, Wis., in the summer of 1852, taught school there 
the following winter, and came to Chicago in the spring of 
1S53, engaging in the practice of law, and real estate and loan 
business. During the late civil war he was for two years a 
member of the City Council; was appointed by the President, 
and acted as commissioner at large for the State of Illinois at 
the Paris Exposition of 1878. Within a few years he has prac- 
tically retired from business, spending considerable time in 
foreign travel. 

Chi I lire) I : 

1399 Howard H. b. at Chicago, Feb. 17, 1S61, m. Jennie D. Mi.x of Kan- 

kakee. 111., Oct. 17, iS3S; now living in Chicago. 

1400 Abi;ie R. b. at Chicago, Nov. 17, 1S62, m. Stephen La.skey; now of 

Chicago. 

1401 Susie E. b. at Chicago, Jan. 13, 1867. 

1402 Clar.\ M. b. at Chicago, Sept. 10, 1S70, m. Dr. Frank Taylor Andrews, 

Jan. 31, 1893. 

1403 Benjamin E. b. at Chicago, Sept. 7, 1S72, d. April 25, 1SS7. 

1404 Delia H. b. March 20, 1876. 

732 

BENJAMIN' GALLUP {7saac\ Benjamin\ Thomas', Xa- 
thanicT John\ John\ John'), son of Isaac and Sarah C. (Alex- 
ander) Gallup; born ^ Plainfield, Conn., March 6, 1823; mar- 
ried Frances Maria, daughter of Elias and Maria Coates of Ster- 
ling, Conn. ; removed in 1867 to Wytheville, Va. ; died July 17, 
1879, at Scottsville, Va. ; his wife died at Hampton, Va., De- 
cember 19, 1887. 

Children : 

1405 CnAKLKs Benjamin, b. May 6, 1^46, m. April 26, 1S71, Mar\- Brown cf 

Stonington, Conn.; removed to Wytheville, Va., where she died 
March 28, 1873. Child: William E'., b. June 22, 1S72. 

1406 Ada Frances, b. Dec. i. 1854. 

1407 Frank Co.vrEs, b. March 14, i?5'j, 



GALLUP FAMILY. 



ih 



747 

CHARLES A^ GALLUP {Thomas', XatlianicT, Bcnjainin\ 
XatJianiii\ /ohH\ Jo/ur, Jolui'), son of Thomas and Olive 
(Bottom) Gallup; bom 1S12; married first, Laura Simonds of 
Windham, Conn., about 1S37 ; she died 1839 leaving- no children; 
married second, Lydia Nichols of Windham, Conn., about 1S41. 

CJiildrf}i : 

1408 Charles H. mamed and now living at Ashford, Conn. 

1409 George T. " " Fort Worth, Tex. 

1410 Merritt E. " " Waterbur)-, Conn. 

141 1 Ann, died in youth. 

74S 

JAMES K\ GALLUP {Thomas', XathaiiieT, Benjauiin\ 
XathanieT, John\ John". Jo/m'), son of Thomas and Olive (Bot- 
tom) Gallup; bom Augrust 12, 1815; married first, Emily A. 
Kinne, daughter of Sterry Kinne of Voluntown, in 1845; she 
died September 15, 1865: married second, Matilda Nichols, 
in 187 1 ; now living at Voluntown. By first marriage he had 
one child, a daughter; she married William C. Reynolds. 

749 

NATHANIEL SMITH" GALLUP {Thovias\ NathanitT, 
Benjamin', Xathaniel\ John\ John"", John'), son of Thomas 
and Martha (Smith) Gallup, born April 16, 18 18, married first, 
^usan Burlingame of C'jventry, R. I., May 29, 1S4S: she died 
December 26. 1848, aged 21, leaving no children. He married 
second, Mrs. Abby White of Killingly, Conn., July 20. 1851. 
Mr. Gallup settled first at Voluntown, Conn., where he held 
important offices of trust in the town, and was for several years 
engaged in teaching. He afterwards removed to Killingly, 
where he lived for seventeen years; died there August 5, 1S92. 

750 

BENJAMIN VINE" GALLUP (Thomas', Xathai!ir!\ P.cu- 

jaiinn\ XathanieT, John\ Johii\ Joh)i'), son of Thomas and 

Martha (Smith) Gallup, born July 20, 1820, married Juliette 



174 GENEALOGY OF 

Kennedy, daug-hter of Charles Kennedy of Voluntown, Septem- 
ber, 1848. His only son and child died in infancy in 1S55. 
Mr. Gallup was a successful teacher for a long- course of years. 
his last place of residence being at the city of Providence, R. 
I. He was deacon of the Congregational Church at (Elmwood) 
Providence at the time of his death, which occurred October 
9, 1878. 

767 

BE^7A^^N S'. GALLUP {Benjamin\ Bcnjamin\ Bcnja- 
inin", Nat/ianifl\ John'', John'', John^), son of Benjamin and 
Caroline (Kinne) Gallup; born April 18. 1840, at Voluntown, 
Conn. ; married Helena R. Gallup, daughter of Judge Kinne 
Gallup, of Voluntown, Conn., November 28, i860; lives on a 
farm in Sprague, Conn. 

Children : 

141 2 Algernon S. 

1413 Josephine K. 

1414 Caroline A. 

1415 Oscar B. 

1416 Harriet R. 

1417 Jennie C. 

1418 Kinne B. 

770 

E. BYRON" GALLUP {Benjamin\ Bcnjinnin", Benjamin', 
Nathatiicl*, John'' John'', John^), son of Benjamin and Caroline 
(Kinne) Gallup; bom at Voluntown, Conn., August 13, 1S46; 
married Hannah M. Burdick, October 18, 1870; lives on a farm 
at Voluntown; is also engaged in tt-aching school, and has hclii 
many offices of trust, representing the town in the Legislature. 

Children : 

1419 Ella A. b. Jan. i, 1872. 

1420 Caroline L. K. b..May 5, 1S74, d. June 3, 1S84. 

1421 Edwin S. b. Jan. i, 1877. 

1422 Clark B. b. Aug. 26, 1878. 

1423 Esther G. b. Sept. 25, 1S85. 

773 

ELECTA CATHARIXK- GALLUP {Millcn\ Uzziel", Bcn- 
Jainiii', Benjamin\ Jo/in', Johir, John'), daughter of Millen and 



GALLUP FAMILY. 175 

Electa (Pixley) Gallup; born at Dalton, Mass., March 19. 18 19; 
married Onslow G. Hall, October 11, 1837. Children all born 

at Dalton, Mass. 

Children : • 

M.VRV Louise H.\i.i., b. Oct. 17. 1S3S, m. Joseph Schofield. 

Sak.\h Ja.ne " b. March 3. 1842, m. George W. Smith. 

Llcv Elfxta " b. July 9, 1S44, d. 1846. 

George F. " b. April i, 1S50, m. Myra Watkins. 

Arthur C. " b. Nov. 22, 1S52, d. 1S72. 

Harry L. " b. Dec. 6, 1S59, m. Carrie L. Wilson. 

775 
MARCIA" GALLUP {Millfn\ Uzziel\ Bcnjainin\ Benja- 
min', JoJin\ John\ John'), daughter of Millen and Electa 
(Pixley) Gallup; bom at Dalton, Mass., March 10, 1822; mar- 
red Richard Vandenburg, April 28, 1842. 

Children : 

Charles B. Vande.nburg, b. Jiily 6, 1843. 

JuLiNA M. " b. April ri, 1845, m. J. W. Flansburghof Dalton. 

Willis D. " b. Nov. 26, 1851. 

Helen M. " b. May 5, 1S54. 

Hattie B. " b. March 3, 1S65. 

776 

WILLIA:^! W." GALLUP {Millcn\ Uzzicl\ Benjamin', 
Benjamin', JoJui\ Jolin\ John'), son of Millen and Electa (Pix- 
ley) Gallup, bom at Dalton, ^Lass., January- 29, 1824, married 
Eugenia Olive Smith, June 14, 1847. He went to North 
Adams, Mass., in early life, where he has since lived, and has 
been engaged in mercantile business; he was elected in 1891 as 
representative to State Legislature; his wife died June Ck i^Sq. 

Children : 
♦1424 Willia.mA. b. Oct. 28, 1851. 
•1425 Emerso.n S. b. Sept. 17, 1S53. 

1426 Olive J. b. June 20, 1S56. 

♦1427 Clarence W. b. July 10, 1859, m. E. M. Waklen. Dec. 2, 1S85. 

1428 Willis J. b. June 19, 1862, m. Nellie Jones, Aug. ir, 1087; lives 
in Chicago. 

142'^ Lmi l■^v E. V). Dec. 16, 1864. 

1430 H u',\ F.v A. b. Oct. 16, 1S69. 

1431 Charles L. b. May 10, 1875. 



176 GENEALOGY OF 

777 

RHODA C\ GALLUP (J/Z/Av/^ Uzzi€l\ Bcnjamin\ Bfuja- 
inin\ JoJui'^, Jolur, Jolui^), daughter of Millen and Electa (Pix- 
ley) Gallup; born at Dalton, Mass., April 9, 1825; married 
Alfred S. Gregory. After a few years' residence in Dalton, 
Mass., they removed to Winona, Wis., where Mr. Gregory 
died. He was at the time of his death at the head of the whole- 
sale Crocker}' house of Gregory & Sons. 

Children : 

George W. Gregory. 

Joseph 

Charles S. " 

Alfred S. " 

Edward S. 

778 

SOPHRONL\' GALLUP {Mil/en\ Uzziel\ Bcnjamin\ Bm- 

jauii)i\ JoJui^^ John-, Jo/ui^), daughter of Millen and Electa 

(Pixley) Gallup; born at Dalton, ]\Iass., December 31, 1827; 

married Marcus Pratt. 

Children : 

Alice E. Pratt. 
Walter M. " 
Harriet L. " 

779 

MARTHA M.° GALLUP {Millen\ Uzziel\ Benjawin'. 
Benjamin\ John^, Jo/ar, Jo/ni^), daughter of Millen and Electa 
(Pixley) Gallup, bom at Dalton, Mass., January 11, 1833. 
married William Hamilton Phillips at North Adams. Mass.. 
August 4, 1853. Mr. Phillips was bom at Lanesboro, Mass., 
in 1830, educated at Drurv' Academy, North Adams, and after 
acquiring the art of printing and telegraphy, entered Williams 
College in 185 1, remaining two years. In his class, which 
graduated in 1855, were many distinguished men, among thciu 
the late President Garfield, ex-vSenator Ingalls of Kansas, Pro- 
fessors Orton and Wood, the great naturalists. In 1S62 Mr. 
Phillips was made an honorary member of its alumni. He was 
elected to the State Senate in 1854. In 1857 he founded the 



GALLUP FAMILY. 177 

Hoosic Valley Xezcs, at North Adams, uniting it in iS6o with 
the Adams Transcript, publishing the same through the late 
civil war as a Republican paper; afterward he had connection 
with different papers, among them the Worcester Eit'iiiiig- 
Gacctic, the Pittsfield Situ, the Holyoke Xcics, and later the 
Globe and Pioneer Prcss^ at St. Paul, Minn., where he remained 
six years. In the summer of 1891 he returned to Pittsfield, 
Mass., as Berkshire correspondent of the Springfield Republi- 
can, which position he now holds. 

C/ii/d: 
CL.\Vi\ H. Phillips, b. July 13, 1S57, is a cultured musician. 

7SO 

MILO S.' GALLUP {MiUen\ Uzziel\ Benjamin', Benjamin', 

John^, John-, John'), son of Millen and Electa (Pixley) Gallup, 

bom in Dalton, Mass., September 17, 1836, married Fanny H. 

Clark, July 5, 1855. 

Children : 

*I432 WiLL.XRD S. b. at North Adams, June 23, 1S56. 

1433 JosEi'H L. b. " " March 8, 1S59. 

1434 Frederick M. b. " " Oct. 19, 1S60, d. Feb. i. 1S62. 
*i435 Edward E. b. " " Jan. 13, 1S63. 

785 

HENRY C GALLUP {AsJilef, Uzziel\ Benjamin', Ben- 
jamin*, /ohn\ John'', John'), son of Ashley and Sophronia (Pix- 
ley) Gallup, born in Dalton, June 2, 1840, married Frances 
L<'uise Atwater, November 9, 1870. Mr. Gallup, on Se]nem- 
bcr 3, 1862, was mustered into service "for the Unicm " in the 
Forty-Ninth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers, term nine 
months. After nearly a year of siege and daily skirmi.shing, 
he returned home with the regiment, and was mustered out of 
service at Pittsfield, September i, 1863; re-enlisted Februar}' 
13, 1864, for three years, or during the war, in the Fifty-seventh 
Massachusetts Regiment, as corporal of Company L This 
regiment, joining the Army of the Potomac, was engaged in 
the battle of the Wilderness and at the long siege of Peters- 
burg, with heavy skirmishing and battles almost daily, it 
suffered severe loss, and was afterward consolidated with 
12 



178 GENEALOGY OF 

the Fifty-ninth Re;4-iment, Massacluisetts \'olunteers. When 
the reg'iment was supporting" the Twenty-first Indiana Batten.-, 
heavy artillery, durin;^ the lively storming- of a rebel fort, Mr. 
Gallup received a heavy blow upon the head from a piece of 
wood sent by the explosion of a shell, which resulted in a total 
loss of hearino-. He was mustered out at Washington, D. C, 
July 30, 1865. Before and since the war he has been engaged 
in paper making, and is now in the finishing department of 
the Connecticut River Paper Co., Holyoke, Mass. 

Children : 

1436 Edward A. b. Dec. 7, 1S71, d. Aug. 29, 1872. 

1437 Burton C. b. June 2, 1S73. 

1438 Ad.\ E. b. Nov. 2, 1S76. 

7S7 

ROBERT W". GALLUP {As/i/o'\ Uzziel\ Bcnja}nin\ Bcn- 
janiin\ Jolin^^ John\ /ohn^), son of Ashley and Sophronia (Pix- 
ley) Gallup; born at Dalton, Mass., 1S44; married Mary* Ham- 
mond; lives in Pittsfield, Mass. 

Children : 

1439 George, b. 1S75. 

1440 Lizzie, b. 1877. 

795 

JAMES' GALLL'P [Benada>n\ Benadatn", Benada//i\ Bcn- 
adain\ Benadaiii^, Joliii", John^)^ son of Benadam and Cynthia 
(Fish) Callup; born at Agawam, Mass., November 25, 1793; 
married Abigail Spicer of Ledyard, Conn., June 5, 1S20. At 
the age of twenty years he became a member of the First Bap- 
tist Church of Groton, Conn., and having in middle life removed 
to Mystic, Conn., when the Union Baptist Church was formed he 
became its senior deacon, and remained so until his death. 
When a young man he was described as one "who was incapa- 
ble of a mean action," which characteristic he retained through 
life. His sterling honesty and integrity won for him the confi- 
dence of the community. In 1840 and 1841 he held the (^t^ce 
of Judge of Probate of Groton, Conn., and discharged the 
duties of that office and every trust, whether in the church or 



GALLUP FAMILY. 179 

in civil life, with fidelity. He was a sterling Puritan and an 

early and uncompromising advocate of emancipation and the foe 

of all oppressions through life; he died at Mystic, Conn., August 

7, 1869. 

CJiildren : 

1441 Caroline \V. b. June 19, 1S21, d. Jan. i, 1S92. 
*i442 Prudence D. b. June 3, 1S24, m. Isaac D. Gates, Sept. 24, 1S51; 
lives at Mystic, Conn. 

1443 ^L\RY E. b. April 3, 1829, d. March 6, 1833. 

*i444 H.A.RRIET W. b. Aug. 10, 1835, m. George W. Stetson. 

1445 James b. Aug. S, 133S; lives in California. 

799 

PALMERS GALLUP {Benadam\ Bcnadam\ Benadam\ 
Benadaui\ Benadaiii^, JoJui^, John^), son of Benadam and Cyn- 
thia ( Fish) Gallup, born at Groton, June 14, 1802 ; married Desire 
Ball at West Springfield (now Agawam), May 22, 1828, daugh- 
ter of Captain Eli Ball, whose ancestor, Francis Ball, was one 
of the first settlers of West Springfield in 1640. He died at 
Mystic, Conn., December 31, 1880; his wife died, Februar}- 20, 
1869. 

The following tribute to his memor}' was chiefly written by 
a former scholar and friend, the Rev. Frederick Dennison, a 
native of Mystic Bridge: 

" Palmer Gallup died at Mystic River, his native place, December 31, 
1S80, in his 79th year. He was a remarkable scholar, mathematician, 
teacher, musician, and musical composer of unusual talent. For a time he 
'A'as a musical teacher among the eminent musicians of Boston. His com- 
positions have g'lne rapidly throughout the country, and are classical in 
their ciiaracter. He was the owner uf, and performer on the largest double 
'!'Uss viol in the world. He assisted largely in arranging standard almanacs, 
was the author of Olney's Arithmetic, and made important contributions to 
various mathematical publications ; was an adept in the higher mathematics, 
including the integral calculus; also became an expert translator of the 
Latin poets ; was a popular sun.-eyor, and prepared a map of his native 
place, the Mystic Valley. He was connected for a time with the Connecti- 
cut Literary Institution at Suffield, Conn., also Mystic River Institute, and 
a very thorough teacher for half a century. He prized knowledge above 
gold, and strove to win it; his ne.Kt passion was to communicate it toothers- 
His life was devoted to the acquisition and communication of knowledge. 
In these two points lay the secret of his life. His love of the Holy Scriptures 
was intense, the study of which was his great delight, their purity and 
grandeur being to him an inspiration. His life was pure, plain, laborious. 



180 GENEALOGY OF 

studious, kind, generous, and charitable. He was a lover of chaste, intelli- 
gent company, and has now gone to his home of purity and wisdom. His 
name and pure character will be gratefully remembered by thousands. At 
his funeral, porti(ms of Scripture of his own selection were read, and music 
of his own composition was sung. In death he realized his oft repeated 
prayer, ' Let me die the death of the righteous, and let mv last end be 
like his."" 

Chiliireii : 

*r446 Moz.vKT. b. at Agawam, May 23, 1S29. 

*I447 John T. b. " March 13, 1S32. [27, 1S59. 

*i44S Adai.inf. M. b. " May 9, 1S34, m. Levi Watrous, Dec. 

*i449 HoRTENsF. D. b. " Sept. 29. 1S36, m. \Vm. S. Fish, Sept. 

14, 1S56. 

*r45o LiiiuiK M. b. Sept. 9, 1S42. m. Samuel Edgecomb of Mystic Bridge, 
Oct. 17, 1S63; lives at ^[ystic. 
1451 J.\.MEs P. b. Jan. 21, 1S45. He entered the Union Army at a call 

from his country in January, 1S63, at the early age of 19 years. 
Enlisted in the First Connecticut Cavalry, and was soon promoted 
to the rank of orderly sergeant. He was engaged in several 
battles, including the battle of Winchester, and was with General 
Sheridan during his famous raid through the Shenandoah Vallev. 
His superior officers gave him the name of a. thoroughly good young 
man, and that of a very brave soldier. His captain said in writing 
after his death, •• If I had an errand that needed true courage and 
pluck, I assigned it to Sergeant (iallup, and it was always sure to 
be done." He was taken to Third Division Hospital, at Kearn- 
storm, Va., and died Dec. 10, 1S64. A letter from Surgeon R. H. 
Goodell reads as follows: "I knew he was somebody's dear one. 
His pleasant face and true manly l:>earing endeared him to all." 
He was buried in Elm Grove Cemetery-, Mystic Bridge, Conn. 

soo 

BEXADAM" GALLUP {r,cHadam\ Benada}n\ Be!iadam\ 
Bc>iadain\ Be)iadaiii\ John\ Jo/iii')^ son of Benadam and Cyn- 
thia (Fish) Gallup; born at Groton, Conn., June 3, 1804; mar- 
ried Moselle Laura ]\Ioore, March 15, 1828; lived in Groton, 
Conn. ; he died June 28, 1871. 

Children : 
*I45S P.\i.MEk, b. March 23, 1S30. 

1459 AisTiN, b. Nov. 9, 1832; now of Mystic, Conn. 

*i46o CvMHiA A. b. Jan. 3, 1S34. 

1461 Henkv, b. Xov. 15, 1835, d. Aug. iS, 1836. • 

*I462 Hknkv M. b. Nov. 5, 1637. :- . ■ . 

1463 Emma J. b. Feb. 19. 1S39. • ' -'- 

1464 Makv, b. April 9, 1S41, d,. Feb. 15, 1S43. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 181 

1465 ^L\KV F. b. Feb. 6, 1S43. 

1466 Anna Lulisf., b. April 4, 1846, m. David W. Letters, Nov. 25, 1S72: 

now of Webster, Mass. CJnld : Callie Louise, b. April 17, iSyq. 

1467 CiiARLE? H. b. May 4, 1S4S, m. Ella Louise Ed.son, Jan. 17, 

iS32. C/ii/d : Anna Louise, b. Jan. 12, iS?3 ; now of ^[ystic, Conn. 



S02 

JOHN' GALLUP {Benadam\ Benadatn\ Banadavi\ Bcii- 

adavi\ Benadani^ , Joluf, Jo/tn^), son of Benadam and Cynthia 

(Fish) Gallup; born at Groton, Conn., March 6, 1S09; married 

Roxana Fish, daughter of Elisha and Mary (Cheesebrough ) 

Fish, Augaist 31, 183S: she was bom May 21, 18 13; she died 

November 2, 1876. 

Chi Id r en : 

1452 Ann Jluson, b. July 29, 1S39, d. Oct. 23, 1340. 

*i453 Elizabeth Jones, b. July 15, 1 341, m. Captain John P. Wilbur, 

Aug, iS, 1863. 
1454 John, b. Dec. 14, 1S44, m. Ellen E. Noyes, Oct. 11, 

1870. 
*I455 Mary Fish, b. Dec. 14, 1S44, m. William H. Randall, 

July I, 1S74. 

1456 RoswELL Fish, b. Jan. 13, 1S47, d. March 13, 1S52. 

1457 Sa.muel Cheesebrolgh, b. Sept. 26, 1351. m. Annie J. Bohannon. Dec. 

24. iS?9- 

SOS 

LUCY' GALLUP {John\ Bcnada)n\ Bcnadaiii\ Bc)iadam\ 
Benadavi^^ JoJui^^ Jo/ui^), daughter of John and Lucy (Clark) 
Gallup; bom in Brooklyn, Conn., August 3, 18 10; married 
James L. Sikes of Suffield, Conn., November 13, 1832; he was 
born May 23, 1803; he died in Agawam, Mass., October 6, iSSo. 
Mrs. Sikes is still living at the advanced age of 83. 

Children : 
Jane Sikes, b. in SuiBeld, Conn., Sept. 4, 1S33, m. Edwin Tucker 

of Hartford; he died in 1379; she is now living at 

Hartford. 
Jl'lia Ann " b. in Suffield, Conn., Dec. 16, 1S34, m. Rev. C. vS. 

Sylvester, now of Feeding Hills, Mass. 
Lewis " b. at Brooklyn, Conn., (Jet. 10, 1536, m. Elizal)eth 

Young. 
Chakees Alheki- " b. at Suffield, Conn., Nov. 14, i335, m. fhittie (lur- 

ney, d. at Hartford, Conn. Jan. 9, rSSr. 



182 GENEALOGY OF 

John Gallup Sikes, b. at Springfield, Mass., July i6, 1S42, m. 

Lydia Dyer, d. in Williamsburg, Mass., 

Oct. 30, 1S77. 
Theodore Frelinghivsex " b. in Springfield, Mass., Aug. 13, 1S44. 
Nath.^n Palmer " b. in Springfield, Mass., Sept. 30, 1S46, m. 

Mary Parker; is now of Hartford, Conn. 
Andrew Chester " b. in Chicopee, Mass., Jan. 13, 1S49, d. 

Sept. 23, 1S49. 
Andrew Chester " b. in Hatfield, Mass., Dec. 4, 1850. 

Llxy Gallup " b. in Hatfield, Mass., June 2, 1355, m. 

Willis C. Campbell of Agawam, Mass. 



S09 

Dr. JOHN CHESTER^ GALLUP {/o/in\ Bcnadavi\ Ben- 
adavi"^ Benadam\ Bcnadaui^^ John"^, Jo/ui^), son of John and 
Lucy (Clark) Gallup; bom in Brooklyn, Conn., February 27, 
18 1 2. At the age of 16 he began the study of Latin and chem- 
istry with a private tutor, and at the age of 17 he entered the 
office of Dr. J. B. Whitcomb as a student of medicine. He was 
graduated from the Berkshire ^Medical College at Pittsheld. 
Mass., in 1833. Here he began the practice of medicine, and in 
1836 removed to Mount Clemens, Mich. In 1S39 he removed 
to Fentonville, Mich., where he passed ten busy, prosperous 
years. In 1849, owing to impaired health. Dr. Gallup removed 
to Palmyra, X. Y., and fur six years was engaged in profes- 
sional and benevolent labors. While a student at Pitt.snckl. 
Mass.. he join-cl the Fir.<: C<-'ngre^;-.:i'jnal C":urch. Removing 
our of a Congregational neighborhood he be^-ame an eider in 
the Presbyterian Church at Palmyra. In 1S5S he accepted, an 
appointment from the trustees of Ingham University at LeRoy. 
During his first year at LeRoy, Dr. Gallup married Marilla 
Houghton, a sister of Henr}' O. Houghton, of the publishing 
house of Houghton, Mifflin & Co. In the spring of 1S61 he 
entered upon the crowning work of his life as the founder and 
proprietor of Houghton Seminar}-, at Clinton. N. Y. He was 
then in vigorous health, an approved teacher, with intellectual 
powers well trained for the difficult duties of a large educational 
enterprise. Under his skillful and enterprising guidvince with 
the competent aid of Mrs. Gallup, this institution soon won for 
itself the attachment and support of many faithful friends. It 



GALLUP FAMILY. 183 

prospered bv loyalty to the hig-hest standard of intellectual. 
social, and spiritual culture. Houghton Seminary had no other 
endowment than the blessing- of Heaven upon thorough work in 
all branches of instruction. Its diploma has been from the out- 
set a badg-e of actual scholarship and high character. 

As an elder in the Presbyterian Church, Dr. Gallup was 
repeatedly a commissioner to the General Assembly, and in 
1874 was a delegate to the General Assembly of the Presbyte- 
rian Church in Ireland. This opened the way for a summer of 
European travel which yielded large returns of enjoyment and 
profit. 

In early life he identified himself with the benevolent reforms 
of the day. He was an original abolitionist and confidential 
friend of James G. Birney, and personally acquainted with most 
of those distinguished men, like Gerritt Smith, Wendell Phillips. 
William Lloyd Garrison, John G. Whittier, the leading spirits 
in this great movement. In the temperance reform he was a 
most untiring worker. His fervid eloquence and personal inag- 
netism gave him great influence whether in local meetings 
or national conventions, while his unquestioned consistency to 
his principles g'ave force to his advocacy of total abstinence. 
He resigned the direction of Houghton Seminary in 18S0 to 
Prof. A. G. Benedict, with the feeling that his earthly labors 
were substantially ended. He died in Clinton, April 15, 18S4. 

[The above facts were gathered from a memorial of him published soon 
after his death.] 

816 

MARY ANN" GALLUP {/saac\ Isaac", Bcnadam\ Btiiadam\ 
Benadaui^ ^ John\ Jolui^), daughter of Isaac and Prudence (Geer) 
Gallup, born in Ledyard, Conn., December 10, 1812, married Elias 
B. Avery, January i, 1835; ^^^^^ ^^ Preston, Conn, January 4, 
1836. Mr. Aver}- married second, Thankful S. Geer, daughter of 
David and Anna (Gallup) Geer, January 14, 1838; she died 
February 4, 1885. 

Child by First Mamaife : 

Makv Ann Avkkv, b. I.)et. 20, 1^35, m. \Villiani deer, son of Amos and 
Eunice (Morgan) Geer, March 24, i'??;. He was h. May 5. 1530; 
d. at Wolcottville, Conn.. Jan. 25, iS?';. 



184 GENEALOGY OF 

817 

PRUDENCE ALMIRA' GALLUP {lsaac\ Isaac', Bi-nadai!i\ 
Bcmidain\ BtnaJam\ JoJin\ John'), daughter of Isaac and Pru- 
dence (Geer) Gallup, born at Ledyard, ^Larch 4, 1815, married 
James L. Geer, son of James and Sally (Lewis) Geer, November 
19, 1834; she died at Norwich, July 17, 1847; her children were 
all born at Norwich, Conn. Mr. Geer married second, ^Lary 
Ellen Geer, daughter of Elijah Denison and Dorothy (Geer) 
Geer, April lo, 1S48; she was bom in Griswold, Conn., Novem- 
ber 29, 1819; died at Norwich, June i, 1887. 

Children by First Marriage : 
Robert Geer, b. March 23, 1S37; m. first, :Mary S. Geer, Oct. 10, 1S60; she 
died June 21, iS63. Married second, Rhoda Kellogg Shedd, Oct. 
20, 1869; she died Dec. 12, 1SS2. Married third, Mrs. Julia (Rich- 
mond) Cass, April 23, 1SS4. He lives at Albany, N. Y., and is a 
wholesale dealer in salt. Children: Frederick Lewis Geer. b. 
Nov. 24, 1S61, m. Mabel H. French, Xov. 12, 18S4; Clara Louisa 
Geer, b. Aug. 12, 1S63, m. Dr. Wm. F. Gilroy, April 12, iSSS. 
Child: Robert Wm. Gilroy, b. April 22, 1SS9, in the eleventh gen- 
eration. Arthur Hamilton Geer, b. Dec. 13, 1S73. 
Ellen Geer, b. March 9, 1S41. 
Lucy " b. Oct. 9, 1342. 

818 

EMELINE' GALLUP {Isaac', Isaac\ Benadain\ Benadavi\ 
Bcnadane, Jolur, John'), daughter of Isaac and Prudence (Geer) 
Gallup bom February 27, 181 8, married Orlando Smith, son of 
Shubael and Sarah (Raymond) Smith, April 10, 1845. He was 
born at Ledyard, Conn., February 9, 18 14; died at Westerly. 
May 30, 1859. Emeline (Gallup) Smith, died December 30. 
1886, at Fletcher's, N. C, the result of a railroad accident. Mr. 
Smith was proprietor of valuable granite quarries at Westerly, 
R. I. The business is continued by the family, under the name 
of Smith Granite Co., Orlando R. Smith, president. 

Children : 
Orlando R.wmonu Smith, b. June i, 1S51, m. first, Sarah A. P. Chapman^ 

June iS, 1S72; she died Sept. 8, 1874. He m. second, Julia A. 

Chapman, Dec. 28, 1875, who d. July 7, 1S92. Children: Orlando 

Raymond, Jr., b. Feb. i, 1877; Sarah Augusta, b. Dec. 28, 1S79; 

Julia Grace, b. Dec. 23, 1881; Emeline Gallup, b. Feb. 28, 1883: 

Martha, b. . 



GALLUP FAMILY. 185 

Sarah Almira Smith, b. June i6. 1S53, m. Otis P. Chapman, son of Wm. 
R. and Sally A. (Hiscock) Chapman, Children: Otis P. Chap- 
man, b. June 15. 1S75; William R. Chapman, b. Nov. 22, iSSi. 

JiLiA Emeline Smith, b. Feb. 16, 1S55. 

IsA.AC Gallip " b. June 5, 1S57, m. Harriet Trumbull Hall of Pau- 
catuck, Conn., daughter of Plorace R. and Sarah (Avery) Hall, Jan. 
I, 1SS5; he d. at Westerly, R. I., July 12, iSSS. Mrs. Harriet 
Trumbull Smith m. second, Samuel M. Cathcart, Sept. i, 1892. 

819 

ISAAC GALLUP {^Isaac\ Isaac", Benadaui'\ Beiiadain\ 
Bcnadam^, Johir, JoJin^), son of Isaac and Prudence (Geer) 
Gallup; born at Preston, November 13, 1S20; married Maria T. 
Davis, daughter of Thomas and Mary (Shaw) Davis, March 23, 
1S45; lives on a farm in Preston. Conn., near Poquetannock. 

Children : 
*r46S Henry H. b. June 2, 1S46, m. Irena H. Breed. 
*i46g Ella M. b. April 29, 1S50, m. Avery D. Wheeler, Nov. 2, 1S70. 
*i470 Charles D. b. May 16, 1857, m. Grace R. Aldrich, May 12, 18S0. 

S20 

JULIA" GALLUP (/.y^/.?r\ /saac\ Bcnadam\ Benadam^ Bcu- 
adaJH^, Jolui^, /ohn^), daughter of Isaac and Prudence (Geer) 
Gallup; bom April 4, 1823; married Jacob A. Geer of Led 
yard, son of Amos and Prudence (Allyn) Geer, October 20, 
1847; he was born January 24, 181 7. 

Children : 
Isaac Galll^p Geek, b. July 24. 1S4S, m. A. Chasie Belden. Child: Earl 

Belden Geer, b. Aug. 10, i-?9; tenth generation. 
Pri UENCE Em.\l\ " b. July 26, 1550, m. Nathan Gallup, March iS, rS74. 
Nellie Wight " b. Feb. 21, 1S5S. 

821 

EDWIN R." GALLUP {Russcll\ Isaac\ Benadam\ Bena- 
datn*, Benadaui^, Jolui^, JoluO), son of Russell and Hannah 
(Morgan) Gallup; bom in Ledyard, Conn., Januan,' 22, 1817; 
married Eliza A. Leeds, May 5, 1841; died in June, 1885. 

Children : 

1471 David L. b. Dec. 19, 1042. 

1472 Anna D. 



186 GENEALOGY OF 

822 

RUFUS M\ GALLUP I^R!iss,'ll\ /saac\ Bcuadam\ Beu- 

adaui^^ Benadaiti', Jo/nr, John^)^ son of Russell and Hannah 

(Morgan) Gallup; bom in Ledyarcl, Conn., September 24, 181S: 

married first, Betsey Gray, November 8, 1842; married second, 

Mrs. Eliza H. Randall, April i, 1878; he died September 14, 1S80. 

Children by First Marriage : 

*I473 Er.^stus, b. July 31, 1S45. 

*i474 Russell, b. July 24, 1S51. 

823 

SARAH' GALLUP {Russcll\ haac\ Bcnadavi\ B€nadam\ 

Boiadam^, John'^, Jolui^), davighter of Russell and Hannah 

(Morgan) Gallup; born in Ledyard, Conn., September 10. 182 1 ; 

mairied William M. Gray, November 28, 1839; died December 

18, 18S1. 

Children : 

Ellen Gray, b. Dec. 26, 1842. 

Edwin " b. June 25, 1845, d. Nov. 5, 1866. 

Emily M. " b. April 22, 1853, m. James S. Church, Feb. 19, iS3;, d. 

Nov. 26, 18S5. 
William M. " b. July 31, 1856, m. Ella Pettigrew, Feb. 26, 1S79. 
Mary " b. July 13, 1S62, m. Judson T. Bailey, June 8, 13S4. 

824 

JAMES A.' GALLUP {RusselB, Isaac\ Benadam\ Benadain\ 
Benadain^, Jo/ni'', /ohn^), son of Russell and Hannah (Morgan) 
Gallup, born in Ledyard, Conn., November 15, 1823. In early 
life he attended the common school in his native town, and 
taught school for four winters. He prepared for college at 
Bacon Academy, Colchester, Conn., and in Philips Academy, 
Andover, Mass., entered Yale College in September, 1847, and 
was graduated from the class of 1851. He studied theology in 
the New Haven Divinity Scho(^l from 185 1 to 1854, (jrdained 
to the ministr}', and settled over the Congregational Church in 
Essex, Conn., May 17, 1854. After a very successful pastorate 
he was dismissed, October 4, 1865, and installed over the Con- 
gregational Church in Madison, Conn., November 2, 1865, where 



GALLUP FAMILY. 18T 

he has remained to the present time. He married first, Emily 
T. Hubbard of New Haven, June 21, 1854; she died May 3, 
1870; married seeond, Charlotte R. Andrew. November 28, 1876. 
After the above was written, a letter from Essex, C<mn., 
was received, from which the followin.i,^ extracts are taken : 

" Rev. James A. Gallup was ordained at Esse.x as first pastor of a new- 
church, and immediately showed himself as 'the man for the place,' bring- 
ing to the work both energy and enthusiasm. Under his ministry, the 
church rapidly gamed in strength and efficiency. His people were heartily 
united in him. He identified himself fully with every good work in the 
community; aided in educational matters, as well as other interests per- 
taining to the welfare of the people. When called to a larger field, and a 
proportionately greater work, our sorrow was as hearty as was our love for 
our first pastor. And now, after a separation of more than twenty years, 
he still retains a warm place in our hearts, and most cordially we welcome 
his occasional visits. This brief testimony to the value of his life and work 
among us is not colored by personal friendship, but abundantly approved 
by facts held in grateful remembrance." 

825 

NELSON" GALLUP {Russdl\ Isaac\ Benadavi\ Benadajn\ 
Benadam^, Johif^ John'), son of Russell and Hannah (Morgan) 
Gallup; bom in Ledyard, Conn., January S, 1827; married 
Emily E. Miner, September 4, 1850. 

Children : 

1475 JoH.N M. b. Dec. 30, 1S51, m. Alice E. Gallup, daughter of Frank- 

lin Gallup of Groton, Conn, Jan. 14, i5S6; is a musician and dealer 
in musical instruments, of the firm of Gallup & Metzger, at Hart- 
ford. Conn. 

1476 H.ARRiET B. b. Dec. 7, 1S55. 

1477 Nelson W. b. March 22, i36i, d. Sept 15, 1864. 

1478 Walter E. b. Oct. 5, 1864, d. May 19, 1873. 

1479 WiLLL\M H. b. May 10. i366, d. Oct. 16, 1866. 



828 

JOSEPH ALBERT" GALLUP {Russdl\ Isaac\ Benadam\ 
Bcnadain\ Bcnadam^, John'', John'), son of Russell and Han- 
nah (Morgan) Gallu]); bom in Ledyard, Conn., July 2, 1835; 
married Abby Cook, September 22, 1868; lives in Ledyard on 
the old homestead of his great-grandfather, Benadam Gallup. 



188 GENEALOGY OF 

C/uidren : 
14S0 Herbert W. b. Sept. 11, iS6g. 
1481 Hai.sev C. b. Sept. 12, 1S72, d. Oct. 10, 1S77. 

1452 CiiRisToiiEL C. b. Xov. 5, 1S74. (1. Oct. 3, 1S77. 

1453 Gr.vce M. b. May i, 1S7S. 

S35 

AVERY* GALLUP {/abes/i\ Isanc^, Bcnadaui\ Beiiadain\ 
Benadam^^ [oJui^, Jo/ui^), son of Jabesh and Louisa (Avery) 
Gallup, bom at Cleveland, Ohio, February 28, 1S47; graduated 
from Western Reserve College, Ohio; married Charlotte R. 
Pearce of Hudson, Ohio, daughter of the president of Western 
Reserve College, June i, 1871; lives at Denver, Col. 

Children : 

14S4 Geokce Pe.\kce, b. June 14, 1S72, d. May 29, 1S73. 

1485 Perrv Cl'shman, b. Nov. 7, 1S73. 

14S6 EnMoNi), b. March 19, 1S76, d. June 27, 18S0. 

1487 Elwood, b. March 27, 1S79, d. Dec. 29, 1880. 

148S Avery Thompson, b. Feb. 22, iSSi, d. Dec. 2, 1890. 

1489 Rockwell Loring, b. Oct. 21, 1802. 

836 

WILLIAM A.' GALLUP {Avcry\ Isaac\ Beiiadain\ Ben- 

adain\ Benadaui\ John'', John'), son of Avery and Melinda 

(Bailev) Gallup, born January 2, 1S26, married Augusta ^lor- 

gan, Oci'/oer r, 1S60; she died September 28, 1890. He lives 

in Xur-A-ich. Conn. 

Children : 

i49'j Wil; . \M M. b. May 3, 1863, graduated from Yale College in iS36. 

1491 FKti'ERii.K A. b. May 26, 1867. 

1492 Florence E. b. March 2, 1875. 

837 

ELIZABETH" GALLUP (Airrr,' /sacu-\ Bcnadaui\ Ben- 
adam*, Benadavi^^ John", Jolui'), daughter of Avery and Melinda 
(Bailey) Gallup; born in Ledyard, Conn., Octcjbcr 8, 1828; mar- 
ried Charles L. Fenner. 

Children : 
Ell.a. Fi-.nm-.k, in. Thomas ijuer of Grot<;n, C(miii. 

Eliz.vheth " 
Hatiie " A 



GALLUP FAMILY. 189 

839 

SIMEON* GALLUP {Airrf, Isaac', Benadain\ Bcnadaiii^ 
Benadaui^, JoJui^^ Jo/in^), son of Avery and ^L'lry (Halev) Gal- 
lup, bom August 1 6, 1837, married Lillian Taylor; lives at 
Mvstic, Conn. 

C/uici: 
1493 Dana, b. 1SS5. 

841 

MARY' GALLUP {Avcrf, Isaac', Bcnada}n\ Bcnadain\ 
Benadain'^, John,'\ fo/ut'), daughter of Avery and Mary (Haley) 
Gallup; born in Ledyard, Conn., September 16, 1843; married 
Giles Albert Williams ; lives at Providence, R. L 

Children : 
Albert Avery \Villi.\.ms. 
Lewis Gilbert " 

Mary " 

He.nry " 

851 

ELLEN E.'GALLUP(^//////', /saac\ Benadam\ Bcnada»i\ 
Bcnada!n\ Jolur, John'), daughter of Elihu and Emily (Clark) 
Gallup, born March 14, 1838, at Norwich, Conn., married 
George W. Geer; live at Englewood, 111. 

C7u7dreti : 
Frederick H. Geer, b. Oct. 31, 1S66. 



Nellie H. 
George C. 
Albert H. 
Arthi r W. 
Mary B. 
Emily W. 
Robert H. 



b. Oct. 5, 1S6S. 
b. Feb. 25, 1870. 
b. June 4, 1S71. 
b. June 12, 1S73. 
b. July 10, 1375. 
b. April 5, 1S77. 
b. Feb. 12, i5S2. 



852 



Dr. JULIUS C." GALLUP {Eliliii\ Isaac', Bcnadam\ Bcn- 
adam\ Benadaju^, Jo/ur, John^), son of Elihu and Emily (Clark) 
Gallup, born at Norwich, Conn., January 19, 1840; married 
Mary E. Harvey, October 25, 1864. He is by profession a 
dentist, and is now at Bristol, R. I., engaged in thtfpractice of 
his profession. 



190 GENEALOGY OF 

Children : 

1494 Makv E. b. Sept. 3, 1S65. 

1495 Jennie H. b. Oct. 14, 1S67, was graduated from the Boston Dental 

College in June, 1S91, as D.D.S. 
1196 Annie C. b. Nov. 22, i36S, was graduated from Mt. Holyoke C(jlle;<e. 

South Hadley, Mass., in the class of 1SS9. Has since been enga^^cl 

in teaching in Connecticut and ilassachusetts. 
1497 Jllils C. b. March 4, 1S71. 
149S Edward C. b. Oct. 23, 1S74. 

855 

ELIZA' GALLUP {Peter A. \ /fssf\ Benadain\ Benadaiii\ 
Benadam^, Johir, JoJui^), daughter of Peter A. and Rebecca 
(Morgan) Gallup, born December 6, 1S20, married Samuel 

Lamb, March 20, 1842; Eliza (Gallup) Lamb died . He 

married second, Harriet Gallup, daughter of Benjamin F. Gal- 
lup. He died Januar}- 2, 1S92; Harriet (Gallup) Lamb died 
Januar}' 10, 1892. Mr. Lamb was a successful teacher in Led- 
yard for more than fifty years. 

Children : 

Rebecca Lamb, b. Feb. 5, 1S43, m. G. P. Bennett of Bristol, Conn. 

Hannah " b. Nov. 16, 1346, m. Christopher M. Gallup, May 13, iS65. 

Ada B. " b. July 27, 1351. 

857 

AXXIS T.- GALLUP [Peter A.\ Je<se\ Benadaur. -P.e- 
adain\ Beiianaui'\ Johir, John^)^ dau^'hter of Peier A. .'" " 
Rcljecea T. (Morgan) Gallup, born July 9. 1824: married \\'-iw» 
H. Myers, I)t;cembcr 3r. 04,3. He died Angus: 15. 1874; 
wife died July 7, 1865. Lived at Xcjrwich, Conn. 

Children : 
James A. Myers, b. Aug. 6. 1S46. 
Julia E. " b. Sept. 5, 1S4S. 



Edwin T. 
Elmer E. 



861 



NATHAN SANDS" GALLUP [Peter A.\ Jesse\ Benadam'. 
Benada>n\ Be)iadai)i^, Jo/iir, John^), son of Peter A. and Re- 
becca (Morgan) Gallup; born at Ledyard, September 13, 1839: 
married Julia A. Gallup, daughter of Benjamin F. Gallup, May 
6, 1858; lives at Ledyard, Conn. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 191 

Children : 

1499 Jo^iAH Wesi.ev, b. March lo, 1S59. 

151X) Ellen, b. April 23, 1S62, m. Charles L. Bristol, Jan. 2?. 

1S90; he was a professor in a seminary- in Vermillion, South Dakota: 
now at Clark University, Worcester, Mass. Child : Julia G. Bris- 
tol, b. June 23, iS()2. 

1 501 Amos Mor(jan, b. Oct. 20, 1S64. 

1502 Cora, b. June 11, 1S66; she was a graduate of the Free 

Academy at Norwich, Conn. ; afterwards a student at the Harvard 
annex, m. George ^L Turner, Oct. 22, 1S91. Child : Ruth Allen 
Turner, b. Aug. 22, 1S92. 

862 

ALEXIS T.' GALLUP (/^-.y^v ]V.\ Jcsse\ Benadam\ Ben- 
ada!n\ Benadavi^, /o/ur, John'), son of Jesse and Betsey (Wil- 
liams) Gallup; born in Ledyard, Februan' 24, 1820; married 
Elizabeth Lester, January 19, 1S43; now of Norwich, Conn. 

Child: 

1503 Sarah, b. April 12, 1S45, m. William F. Smith, April 2S, 186S; lives 

in Whitne\'ville, Conn. 

863 

AMANDA W. GALLUP {Jesse ]V.\ /esse\ Benadain\ Ben- 
ddain\ BenadaJH^^ /ohu'', /o/ui^), daughter of Jesse W. and 
Betsey (Williams) Gallup; born May 20, 1822; married William 
B. Palmer, July i, 1844; she died July 7, 1879. 

Children : 
Robert W. Palmer, b. Jan. 6, 1S45, d. Sept. 2, 1S45. 

RoxANNA " b. Jan. 25, 1S47, d. March 12, 1S43. 

WiLLiA.M Alonzu " b. March 15. 1S4S; lives in Boston. 

John Lovejoy " b. May 24, 1355, d. Oct. 15, 1856. 

864 

ALONZO H'. GALLUP {/esse IF.', /esse", Beuadain\ Ben- 
adai)i\ Benadaifi^, JohH\ John^), son of Jesse and Betsey (Wil- 
liams) Gallup; born in Ledyard, September 16, 1824; married 
Kosina E. Baldwin, September, 1850; he died December 13, 
1885; he was a soldier in the late war and served as private 
three years in the Fifteenth Regiment, Connecticut Volunteers. 

Child: 
1504 Ellen, b. July, 1851. 



192 



GENEALOGY OF 



866 

MOSES E'. GALLUP {/osm/i\ /osia/i\ Bcnadanr, Bcn- 

adain\ Benadaiit\ Jclin\ John') son of Josiah and ViLaty (Pome- 

roy) Gallup; born April 12, 1825; married Nancy Sutherland, 

December 25, 1S49. 

Cliildrcn : 

1505 John. b. Dec. 25, 1S50 

1506 Alice W. b. Jan. 27, 1S53 

1507 Frank, b. Jan. 13, 1855 
150S Mary, b. Oct. 7, 1857 

1509 Esther, b. Nov. 5, 1859 

1 510 Arthur, b. 1863 

1511 Charles, b. 1S68 

1 512 Mabel, b. 1S70 



867 

MILTON' GAl^LVV {/osm/i\ /oshr/i\ Btnadain\ Bcnadain\ 
Benada}n\ John\ John') son of Jo.siah and Vilaty (Pomeroy) 
Gallup; born March 2, 1828; married Harriet Spencer, Novem- 
ber 22, 1855. 

Children : 

1513 Willa.m D. b. Sept. 17, 1S58. 

1 5 14 Camilla. 

1515 Lottie. 



875 

JOSL\H' GALLUP {Bcfijamin F\,Josiah\ Benadaiii\ Ben- 
adam\ Benadavi\John\ John'), son of Benjamin F. and Hannah 
(Allyn) Gallup, bom November 19, 1826; married Julia A 
Gallup, daughter of Peter A. Gallup, September 3, 1854; lived 
in California. After the death of Mr. Josiah Gallup, Mrs. Julia 
A. Gallup married Manville Barber, September 3, 1863. 
Child by First Marriage : 

1516 Ella A. b. Sept. 6, 1856, m. Alfred G. Folger, Dec. 12, 1S77; live in 
Sacramento, Cal. 

Child by Second Marriage : 
Laura R. Barber, m. Frank Hickman. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 103 

876 

TIMOTHY" GXhl^VV {Benjamin F\, Josiah\ Bcnadmn', 
Bcnadani\ BoiaJaiii' JoJui'^ , John'), son of Benjamin and Han- 
nah (Allyn) Gallup; bom in Ledyard, July 13, 1S2S; married 
Lothema Hall; lived and died in California. 

Children : 
15 17 Hannah. 
151S Youngs. 

sso 

EDMUND' GALLUP {Bcnjauiin F\, Josiah\ Benadam', 
Bcnadaui\ Benada)n^, Joh>i'\ John'), son of Benjamin and Han- 
nah (Allyn) Gallup; born July 13, 1836; married Sally Wrii^ht; 

lives in Woodland, Cal. 

Children : 

1519 Chester A. 

1520 Hester. 

882 

ELL-\S" GALLUP (^^7(/V7w/// /"'., Josiah\ Bcnadam\ Ben- 
adaui\ Bt'n(7(/c7>n\ JoJuv, JoJin'), son of Benjamin and Hannah 
(Allyn) Gallup; bom April 10, 1S40; married Elmina Ruggles 
Walter; lives in California. 

Children: . 

1521 Maria M. 

1522 Elmer E. 

883 

WILLL-\M^ GALLUP (H 7///^;//', \Villmm\ \Villiani\ Bcn- 
adain\ Benadani\ Jolur, Joh)i'), son of William and Sarah 
(Boalt) Gallup; bom at Xorwalk, Ohio, February- 22, 1S20; 
married Cassandra Whaley; now (1890) of Tiflfin, Ohio. 

C/iildren : 

1523 Addie. 

1524 Sarah. 

1525 Marv. 

1526 William. 

1527 Julia. 
1523 Carrie. 

1529 Francis. 

1530 John. 
13 



194 GENEALOGY OF 

884 

SARAH MATILDA' GALLUP ( rr////;?;//', William\ Wil- 

liavi', Bcnadaui\ Bcnadaui^, JoJui", John'), daughter of William 

and Sarah (Boalt) Gallup; bom at Xorwalk, Ohio, August, 1822 ; 

married William Bombarger, December, 1S46; now (1890) of 

Boulder, Col. 

Children : 

Mary Bombarger. 

James 

Fannie 

Sarah " 

889 

ELIZA B.' GALLUP {\Viniain\ Williaiii\ \ViIliam\ Ben- 

ada)n\ BeHadain\ John\ John'), daughter of William and Sarah 

(Boalt) Gallup, born at Norwalk, Ohio, January- 24, 1S33; 

married Frederick A. Hunt, October 19, 1856; now (1S90) of 

Aspen, Col. 

Children : 

William Frederick. Hunt, b. May 12, 1S58. 
Bessie Lin':ol\ " b. Nov. 9, 1S64. 

Fannie Amelia " b. Oct 7, 1S66. 

George Lester " b. May 20, 1868. 

890 

SUSAN A." GALLUP (fr7///^w', \Villiain\ \Villiaui\ Ben- 
adam\ Benadaui^, JoJin^, John'), daughter of William and Sarah 
(Boalt) Gallup, born at Norwalk, Ohio, March 14, 1835; marned 
Thomas Thresher, now (1890) of Granville, Ohio. 

Children : 
Samuel C. Thresher. 
John 
Robert J. " 

' 891 

SAMUEL CALDWELL' GALLUP {lViIlmm\ William'. 
William\ Benadam\ Bcnadam\ Jo]ui\ John'), son of William 
and Sarah (Boalt) Gallup, bom at Norwalk, Ohio, February 22, 
1837; married Judith Brown, now (1890) of Pueblo, Col. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 195 

C/u'ldren : 

1 531 Slsan. 

1532 Frank. 

1533 Sarah. 

1534 Hallet. 

1535 Boone. 

1536 Laur.\. 

1537 William. 

892 

JAMES HENRY* GALLUP ( I r////^z;;^', William\ ]VilIiajn\ 
Benadam\ Benadam\ John\ John% son of William and Sarah 
(Boalt) Gallup, born at Norwalk, Ohio, March 13, 1839; 
married Amelia S. Hittle, September 8, 1870, now (1890) of 

Greensburg, Ind. 

Children : 

153S Pearl, b. Oct. 28, 1871. 

1539 Edith, b. Nov. 24, 1875. 

1540 George H. b. April 30, 1S80. 

893 

JOHN REBER' GALLUP {m/ham', William', William', 
Benadam\ Benadam\ John\ John^), son of William and Sarah 
(Boalt) Gallup, bom at Norwalk, Ohio, April 30, 1841 ; married 
Kate Hogan, December 15, 1870, now (1S90) of Boulder, Col. 

Children : 

1541 Thomas N. b. Dec. 18, 1871 

1542 Mary, b. Aug. 1, 1873 

1543 John R. b. 1875 

1544 James H. b. 1877 

1545 Vivian Eliza, b. May 13, 18S0 

894 

ROSAMOND C." GALLUP {William\ William\ William\ 
Benadam\ Benadam\ John\ John^), daughter of William and 
Sarah (Boalt) Gallup, born at Norwalk, Ohio, November 25, 
1844; married Albert Husley, Februar>' 23, 1866, now (1890) of 

Sandusky City, Ohio. 

Children : 

Albert J. Husley, b. June i3, 186S. 
Jesse L " b. June 11, 1872. 

Rolano G. " b. Dec. 31, 1S73. 
Carl F. " b. Aug. 8, 1877. 



196 GENEALOGY OF 

899 

CALEB H." GALLUP {Halld\ ]Villiam\ ]ViIliain\ Bcn- 
adcun* BoiaJaui^ ^ JoJin\ John^), son of Hallet and Clarissa 
(Benedict) Gallup, bom at Norwalk, Ohio, May lo, 1S34; 
married, June 20, i860, Kate ^I. Vredenburg-, daughter of John 
V. Vredenburg- of Peru. She died, ^lay 25, 1863. November 
3, 1869, married as second wife, Helen A. Glover, daughter of 
William and Mary Glover of Trenton, N. J. She died April 
8, 1872, at Port Austin, Mich. In 1856 he graduated at Madison 
University, Hamilton, N. Y., and in 1857 commenced the study 
of law, in 1S5S graduated from the Cincinnati Law School, and 
soon after opened an ofhce at Norwalk. He removed in 1S59 
to St. Johns, Mich., and was admitted July 19 to practice law 
in the courts of that state. The next summer he removed to 
Port Austin, Huron Co., Mich., and the same year was elected 
the first prosecuting attorney of that county. He was re-elected 
for four succeeding terms, holding the office for ten years. He 
also held the offices of circuit court commissioner, and injunc- 
tion master, township treasurer, and several other minor offices. 
During the war of the rebellion he acted as deputy United 
States marshal for the Western district of Huron Co., Mich.; 
was himself "drafted," and instead <jf being sent to the "from" 
was ordered back to duty as deputy marshal. In 1866 he was 
elected a member of the Michigan legislature for two years. 
and while acting in that capacity introduced and obtained the 
passage of a joint resolution calling on Congress to provide f^r 
and construct a harbor of refuge at or near Point Au Barques. 
Lake Hur(m. This was the first step ever taken to obtain 
such a harbor, and did not meet with immediate success; but 
it set the movement on foot that eventually culminated in 
the magnificent harbor of refuge now nearly completed at Sand 
Beach, Huron Co., Mich. In 1867-8-9 he made repeated efforts 
to obtain an extension of the Western Union Telegraph line 
from Lexington (seventy miles) to Port Austin, and with suc- 
cess. On July 9, 1872, he removed with his children back to 
Norwalk, Ohio, his present residence, where he is now President 
of the Home Savings and Loan Company. 
Child by First Marriage : 
1546 RicH.\RD C. b. SepL 2, 1861. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 197 

Children by Second Mam'iii^e : 
1547 Mabel P. b. at Port Austin, Sept. 17, 1S70. 
1543 HerkertA. b. " April 5, 1872. 

903 

NEHEMIAH M.' GALLUP (A'W^r;;//V7//\ Nehaniah\ Hcnry\ 
Benadam\ Benadam"^^ JoJui^, Jolni^)^ son of Xehemiah and Hul- 
dah (Wheeler) Gallup, bom at Stonington, Conn., October 22, 
1816; married, October 27, 1841, Laura Williams, daughter of 
Judge William Williams of Ledyard, Conn. Mr. Gallup repre- 
sented the town of Ledyard in the State Legislature in 1857 
and 1867 ; has held the office of president of the Mystic National 
Bank, and that of selectman and other town offices. He is also 
deacon of the First Baptist Church of Mystic, Conn. 

Child: 
1549 Mary E. b. April, 1844. 

904 

JOHN W.' GALLUP {Xehemiah', Nehemiah\ Henry\ Ben- 
adam*, Benadavi^, John'', JoJin^), son of Nehemiah and Huldah 
(Wheeler) Gallup, bom at Stonington, Conn., November 6, 
181 8; married Martha E. Richards, January i, 1847, and settled 
in the town of Preston, a farmer. He represented the town for 
two years in the State Legislature, and was deacon of the 
Baptist Church at Preston city f(jr thirty-nine years, until his 
death. Mr. Gallup was a man who was universally respected 
and esteemed; he died January 1, 18S8. 

C.hudrcii : 

1550 Huldah J. b. Aug. 5, 1:4'^, ni. Seth \V. M^iine, Nov. 21, 1883. 

1551 Arthur T. b. Dec. 6, 1850, m. Mary- E. Cook, April 6, 1S73. Child: 

Carlos, b. Nov. 10, 1S75. * 

1552 Charles R. b. April 15, 1834, m. MaryW. Dodge, Oct. 21, 1880; now 

of Norwich, Conn. 

1553 Elizabeth T. b. March 20, 1865. 

909 

WILLIAM R.^ GALLUP {Nehemiah\ Nehemiah\ B[enry\ 
BenadaJH*, Benadaui, John'', John^), son of Nehemiah and Hul- 
dah (Wheeler) Gallup, born at Stonington, Conn., May 19, 



198 GENEALOGY OF 

182S; married Eliza Morgan, May 3, 1S64. He went to Cali- 
fornia in 1S49, a-^d started in the teaming business between 
Sacramento City and the mountains, where the miners were 
digging gold. A few years later he owned a sheep ranch, and 
is now in Sacramento City, where he is considered one of the 
solid men and one of the oldest residents. 

Children : 

1554 Ida May. 

1555 Effie. 

912 

HENRY C* GALLUP {Xehcmiah\ Xchcmiah\ Henry\ Ben- 
adam'', Beiiadavv', John'', John'), son of Nehemiah and Huldah 
(Wheeler) Gallup, born at Stonington, Conn., November 6, 
1834; married Lucy Renard, June 14, 1S70. Mr. Gallup com- 
menced business as traveling and advertising agent for Dr. 
HoUoway in the sale of his medicines. Later he was agent for 
Jeremiah Curtis & Sons of New York city, and also for Brown 
& Co. of Boston, traveling in the different states of the Union 
and Canada. He went to England to establish the business 
there as partner in the house of Jeremiah Curtis & Sons of New 
York city. In a few years time he succeeded so well that 
they were sending their medicines all over Europe; later a 
stock company was formed, under the name "Anglo-American 
Drug Co.," the office bemg at 493 Oxford street, London, Eng. 
He was of genial temperament, and had keen wit and strong 
comm(jn sense, which helped him to amass a large fortune. 
He died at London, Eng., October 31, 1SS5. 

Child: 
1556 Henry Clrtis, b. Oct 24, 1874. 

934 

EBENEZER' GALLUP {Ebenezer\ Nehemiah\ Hcnry\ 
Benada)>i\ Benadaui^, Jolui', John'), son of Ebenezer and Ange- 
lina (Stanton) Gallup; born February 14, 1827; married Ellen 
Foley, December 30, 1852. 

Children : 
1557 Marv a. b. March 20. 1S58, d. April 9, 1864. 
155* JA^.lh-^, b. July I, 1^02, d. April 10, 1SG4. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 199 

938 

HENRY A'. GALLUP {Ebenezcr\ Xchcmiah\ Henry\ 

Denadam\ Btuadam'', John'', John'), son of Ebenezer and Ange- 

line (Stanton) Gallup; born November, 1844; married Mrs. 

Phoebe Brown. 

Children : 

1559 Annie, K^^j^^ 

1560 Angeline, ) 

1 561 Lucy. 

1562 Charles H. 

1563 Elizabeth. 

941 

AUSTIN 0\ GALLUP {Aifred\ Henry\ Henry\ Ben- 
adam\ Betiadam", John'', John'), son of Alfred and Eliza (Hew- 
itt) Gallup; bom at Ledyard, Conn., December 27, 1828; mar- 
ried Lucy A. Rathbun at Salem, Conn., Januar}' 22, 1855. He 
was reared on a farm and at the age of 2 1 began teaching a 
district school, and continued during the next succeeding five 
winters. In April, 1854, he commenced the publication of the 
Topographical Surveys in New York, and continued until the 
year 1S64, doing business in New York, ^lassachusetts, New 
Jersey, Pennsylvania and Kentucky. He furnished the only 
topographical survey made at the time of ninety miles of the 
Alleirhanv ranci'e of mountains, which was reallv the dividing 
line at one time between the contending armies of the North 
and South. The plans and surveys were carried by him in per- 
son alone and delivered to the commanding General of the 
northern part of the Union army only a few days before the 
battle of Gettysburg. On his return he was conveyed safely 
under full escort to a point of safety beyond the limits of the 
contending armies. In 1864 he was elected Judge of Probate 
and has held the office twenty years being the present incum- 
bent. He represented the town of Salem in the General Assem- 
bly sessions of 1877, and serv^ed on the committee of finance 
with the late Hon. David Gallup of Plainfield, Conn. ; he has 
been a Selectman of Salem for eleven years, and chairman of 
the board nine years; also held the office of School Visitor and 
other offices of less importance. Mrs. Lucy A. Gallup died at 
Salem, Mass., March 30, 1893, aged 61 years. 



200 GENEALOGY OF 

945 

LAURA E". GALLUP {Alfrcd\ Hcnry\ Hcnry\ Bcnadam\ 
Bcnadanv', Joliii^, Jo/ni^), daughter of Alfred and Eliza (Hewitt) 
Gallup; born at ^lontville, Conn., ^May 28, 1840; married Sand- 
ford W. Havens in East Lyme, Conn., October 8, 1857. 

Children : 
Walter L. Havens, b. at New London, Conn., Dec. 29, i36i, m. Minnie H. 
Stephens in Riverton, Conn., Oct. 16, 1SS9; resides now at Chester 
Depot, Vt. ; he is a practicing physician and a graduate of tlie New 
York College. Child: Thelena Gertrude, b. in Chester, Windsor 
Co., Vt., Dec. S, 1S90. 

946 

LOUIS A.* GALLUP {Alfred\ Hcnry\ Henry\ Benadam\ 
Benada»i^, Jolur, John^), son of Alfred and Eliza H. Gallup, 
bom at Salem, Conn., June 30, 1846; married Ella Hitchcock 
at Bridgeport, Conn., June 7, 1S66. After finishing his school 
education, he learned the art of telegraphing, and continued in 
the employment in New York and Washington, D. C, until 
about the year 1S69, when he entered the office of the Saturday 
Xiglit, a literary paper published at Philadelphia, Pa.* and 
gradually rose in appointment to the responsibility of general 
manager and treasurer, during which time the Golden Days was 
issued from the same office. During the year 1889, the old 
Philadelphia Inquirer was sold to a company, who formed ir 
into a corporatism with a capital of ,S275,ooo. of which Mr. 
Ga'ilv.p was ai: "i-'inal sub'^criber, an:; at present general man- 
ager of the Samrday Xigiit, Golden Bays, and Philadelphia 
Inquirer, also treasurer of the united concern. 

Child: 
♦1564 Winnie, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct 9, 1S67. 

947 

Major HENRY AYER' GALLUP {Andreiv H.\ Andreu'\ 
Henry^, Benadavi^, Benadam^, John'^, /ohn^), son of Andrew H. 
and Nancy (Ayer) Gallup, born at the Ayer homestead in Pres- 
ton, Conn., May 7, 1834. In his earliest years he showed a rich 
endowment of individual gifts and graces, besides inheriting 
many of the mental characterists of both his parents. Making 



GALLUP FAMILY. 201 

the best possible use of school privileges in New Enorland, his 
studies were continued in the west while teaching in the public 
schools of Illinois, to which state his father removed in 1S53. 
October 22, 1S56, he married Lizzie Cox of Ashmore, 111. In 
April, 185S, he was admitted to the practice of law in the courts 
of Illinois. The following year he began the practice of his 
profession in Brownsville, Texas ; soon after assumed control of 
The American Flag, published at Brownsville and Matamoras, 
^Mexico, in both the English and Spanish languages. Through 
the perilous days preceding secession of that state, The Flag 
remained true to its convictions of loyalty to the Union, the 
national banner floating undisturbed ov'er its office, even after 
secession ordinance had been passed. A brief absence of the 
editor from the city gave an opportunity for its removal. The 
Confederate flag greeted his return, waving over a vacant office, 
the printing press had been removed to ]Mexico, where it re- 
mained until some three years ago, when it was returned to 
American soil. Returning to his Illinois home, early in 1S61, 
he raised a battallion of Illinois men for the cavalry ser\-ice, 
receiving a major's commission from General Fremont, then 
commander of the Department of Mississippi. To the regret of 
General Fremont and the Illinois men. this battallion was united 
with a smaller portion of a Missouri regiment, unfairly receiving 
name of Third ^Missouri, serving in that state and vicinity 
during the war. After the war he settled in New Orleans, re- 
suming practice of his pr'.-fession, in partnership Avith Horace 
M. Jordan uf Portland, Mc. : he was a'.-o on edit'. rial stait .jt 
one of the citv papers, and member of Board of Education with 
the lamented Dr. Doster. In the great epidemic of 1S67, he 
fell a victim to yellow fever, passing from earthly life to the 
heavenly on October 19, at the plantation home, Prairie Farm, 
thirty- two miles from New Orleans, in the parish of La Fourche.* 
His last words, " God will save his own." His only children, 
Frederick Cox and Walter Leland, died before their father. 
Their mother, now Mrs. Lizzie Rogers, lives in New Orleans. 

ANDREW^ GALLUP [Andreic H.\ Andrezu\ Henry\ Den- 
adain\ Benadam\ John'' John') son of Andrew Henry and 



202 GENEALOGY OF 

Nancy (Ayer) Gallup; bom in Preston, Conn., February 24, 
1836. He was a member of the Thirty-fourth Regiment, Illinois 
Volunteer Infantry, sharing in "Sherman's march to the sea." 
After the war he returned to farm-life in Illinois; now lives at 
Evergreen farm, Conroy, Iowa; married first, Caroline Endi- 
cott, who died during his absence in the army, leaving two sons. 
Orves Henry and Andrew Lyman Gallup, the latter dying in 
infancy; the elder was adopted by his grandfather Gallup, and 
now lives in Lincoln, Neb. Andrew Gallup married second, 
Sarah Correl, deceased; he married third, Anna Walberg Evans, 
December 6, 18S1. 

Child by First Marriage : 

1565 Orves H. m. Anna Martin of Lincoln, Neb. Dec. i, iSgi. 

1566 Andrew Lyman, d. in infancy. 

CfiiUiren by Second Marriage : 

1567 Asa Lyman, b. June 13, 1567. 
156S Charles A. b. Sept. 17, 1S71. 
1569 Edward H. b. Sept. 18, 1S75. 

951 

MARY JOANNA- GALLUP (Andrezo Hcnry\ Andrci.'\ 
Henry", Bcnadai)i\ Boiadaui', /ohn'\ Jo/in^), daughter of Andrew 
Henry and Mary (Lyman) Gallup; born in Old Saybrook, Conn., 
June 10, 1850; married William Patrick Rielly, August 9, 1S76. 

Children : 
Henry Gallup Rielly, b. June 19, 1S76, at Palmyra, Neb. 
Christobel Daisy " b. June 30, iSSS, " " 

957 

PRUDENCE' GALLUP {Jacob\ Jacob\ Nathan', Bcn- 

adafn\ Benadam'^, JoJnf, John'), daughter of Captain Jacob 

and Parthenia (Morgan) Gallup; married John Wight Bill, 

August 4, 1836; he was a son of Lodowick and Betsey (Geer) 

Bill. 

Children : 

John Oscar Bill, b. Nov. 13, 1837. 

Prudence Parthenia " b. March 27, 1S39, d. Feb. 21, 1S42. 
Gilbert LaFayette " b. Jan. 15, 1S42, d. Feb. 17, 1863. 
Ellen Loraine " b. July 30, 1844, m. William H. Fowler, 

March 17, 1S64. 



GALLUP FAMLLY. 203 

LoDowiCK Bill, b. March 30, 1S47. 

Emma Galmp " b. Aug. 8, 1849. 

Jacob Galltp " b. June 10, 1S51. 

Nelson Horatio " b. March 10, 1S33. 

Robert Allvn " b. Jan. 12, 1855, d. March 22, 1855. 

Prudence Morgan " b. April 28, 1856. 

Arthir L. Wight " b. March 29, 1858. 

Edward Lv.man " b. June 5, 1862. 

958 

JACOB L". GALLUP {Jacob\ Jacob\ Nathan\ Bcnadam\ 

Benadam^, JoJni', JoJin'), son of Jacob and Parthenia (Morg-an) 

Gallup; bom at Ledyard, Conn., November 27, 1818; married 

first, Elizabeth Spicer, April 14, 1841 ; married second, Anna 

Gallup, daughter of Avery Gallup, September 9, 1857. 

Child by First Marriage : 

1570 Fannie Elizabeth, b. Sept. 21, 1842. 

Children by Second Marriage : 

1571 Jacob, b. Jan. i, 1859. 

1572 Agnes, b. Sept. 29, 1866, m. Jas. 1. Hewitt, Oct. 10, i838. 

963 

MARTHA A^ GALLUP {Christopher Milton\ Christo- 
plicr\ Natha}i\ Benadain\ Bcnadavv', John'', John'), daughter of 
Christopher Milton and Anna S. (Billings) Gallup; bom at Led- 
yard, Conn., September 27. 1S34; married Colonel Chauncey 
Wright Griggs. April 10. 1559; he was bom at Coventry, 
Ct^nn., Decerr.ber 31, i-^^::; went to St. Paul, Minn., in 
1S56. When the late war broke out he enlisted in the Third 
Minnesota Regiment (Infantry) and was soon after promoted to 
First Lieutenant, later to Captain, Major, Lieut. Colonel and 
Colonel, but resigned in 1863 in consequence of sickness and 
returned to St. Paul ; they now live at Tacoma, Washington. 

Children : 
Chauncey Milton Griggs, b. at St Paul, Feb. 19, i860; was graduated at 

Yale College in 1883; m. Mary Chaffee Wells of Pittsburgh, Pa., 

Oct. 15, 1885; live now at St Paul. 
Herbert Si anion Grii,gs, b. Feb. 27, 18G1 ; was graduated at Yale College 

in 1882, and at the law department in 18S5 ; is a lawyer in Tacoma, 

Washington. 



204 GENEALOGY OF 

Heartie Dimock Griggs, b. Dec. 12, 1S66. 

Everett Gallup " b. Dec. 27, 1S6S; was graduated at Yale in 1S90. 

Theodore Wright " b. Sept 3, 1S72. 

Anna Billings " b. June 17, 1374. 

964 

CHRISTOPHER W. GALLUF {C/iristo/>/ier M.\ Christo- 
pher\ Nathan\ Benadain\ B€nada»i\ JoJui\ JoJui'), son of Chris- 
topher M. and Anna S. (Billing-s) Gallup; born May 31, 1836; 
married Hannah E. Lamb, May 13, 186S; died July 26, 1882. 

Children : 

1573 Hattie, b. March 29, 1S69. 

1574 Anna B. b. Nov. 9, 1S72. 

1575 Christopher M. b. Feb. 10, 1S76. 

965 

NATHAN' GALLUP {Christopher J/.\ Christopher', Xa- 
than\ B£nadam\ Benadam\ John\ John'), son of Christopher 
M. and Anna S. (Billings) Gallup; born October 13, 1848, in 
Ledyard, Conn. ; married Prudence Emma Geer, March 18, 
1874; she was the daughter of Jacob x\. and Julia (Gallup) 
Geer; they now live at St. Paul, Minn. 

Children : 

1576 Julia A. b. Nov. 27, 1S75. 

1577 Milton A. b. Feb. 4, 1S7S. 

1578 Nellie M. b. March 16, 1S80. 

978 

LODOWICK: E'. GALLUP {Asa 0.\ Lodoimck\ Nathan\ 
Bcnadaui\ Bcnadam\ JoJin\ Joh)i'), son of Asa Oran and Weal- 
thy (Palmer) Gallup; born November 8, 1856, at Dumfries, Va. ; 
married first, Mary E. Churton, August 16, 1882; married sec- 
ond, Emma Yorn. 

Children by First Marriage: 

1579 Palmer Churton, b. Aug. 4, 1SS3. 

1580 Stanley, d. aged i year. 

984 

BENJAMIN FOWLERS GALLUP {Joseph\ John\ Joscph\ 
Joscph\ BenadaiH\ JoJin\ John'), son of Joseph and Lucy Ann 



GALLUP FAMILY. 205 

(Fowler) Gallup, born July 12, iSiS; married Jane Van Volken- 
burg, August 31, 1844, died August 31, iSSo, at his residence, 

Knox, N. Y. 

Children : 

1581 Beebe D. b. Dec. 1S45, m. Delila Clyckmon, Nov. S, 1S76: nochildren. 
Residence, Knox, N. Y. 

15S2 Emma A. b. ^lay 25, 1547, m. Wm. Zeh, Dec. 27, 1S66; live at East 
Berne, N. Y. Child^-en: Benjamin F. b. Jan. S, 1S69, m. Chris- 
tina Carpenter, March 5, 1S90, residence, Schenectady, X. Y. ; Eli 
W. b. Nov. 6, 1S70; Robert L. b. Oct. 19, 1872; John M. b. Aug. 
29, 1S74; Geo. I. b. Aug. 12, 1876; Catharine C. b. May 2S, i373; 
Garfield, b. Oct. 17, iSSo; Martha J. b. Sept. 15, i332; Wm. H. b. 
Oct. 23, 1SS4; Edward H. b. June 29, 1 336; Emma A. b. Jan. ig,i333. 

1583 RuFLs, b. May 15, 1S49, d. March 14, iS63, at Knc>x, N. Y. 

15S4 Ale.xanuer, b. Jan. 19, 1S55, m. Edna ^L Hayne, March 24, 1SS6; 
residence, Schenectadv, N. Y. 



991 

HENRY GARDINER' GALLUP {Joscph\ John\ Joscph\ 
Joscph\ Bcnadani^^ John^^ John^), son of Joseph and Lucy Ann 
(Fowler) Gallup, bom February- 7, 1838; married Mary Pang- 
bum, January 20, 1864; resides at Farlen, N. Y. 

C/u7dren : 

1535 WiLLAKD, b. Jan. 24, iSCG: m. Lena Young, Aug. i535; residence, 

Schenectady, X. Y. C/iild : Clyde. 
1586 Andrus Howe, b. July 23, 1372. 
15S7 Abra.m p. b. Jan. 4, iSSo. 



998 

CHARLES" GALLUP {Gnrdon\ John\ Joseph\ Joscph\ 
Benadam'', John', John'), son of Gurdon and Eva (Haverly) 
Gallup, bom April 19, 1831 ; married Caroline Beck. 

Children : 

1588 Nevada. b. 1863, d. 1863, 

1589 Geor(;e a. b. Feb. 24, 1S65. 

1590 Ada Rowe.na, b. March 24, 1867. 

1591 WiLLiA.M, b. Jan. 4, 1871. 

1592 Olivia, b. Jan. 4, 1875. 



206 GENEALOGY OF 

999 

Dr. JAMES H/ GALLUP {Gurdou\ John\ Joscph\ Joseph\ 
Bcnadam'^, JoJni^^ John^), son of Gurdon and Eva (Haveiiy) 
Gallup, bom May 14, 1833; married Martha Briggs, February 
28, 1873. Is a physician at Delmar, X. Y. 

Child: 
1593 Ada B. b. July iS, 1S76. 

1003 

HANNAH B. « GALLUP {Franklin\ Gurdon\ Joscph\ 
Joseph\ Bcnadam^, JoIdi^^ JoJdi^)^ daughter of Franklin and 
Hannah (Burrows) Gallup, born January 14, 1S35 ; married Rev. 
Asa C. Bronson, January 21, 1869. 

Children : 
Fred. C. G. Bronso.x, b. Jan. 13, 1S71. 
Edw.\rd H. " b. July 10, 1072. 

Daisy H. " b. Feb. 25, 187^. 

1004 

BENJAMIN F.' GALLUP {Franklin', Giirdon\ Joseph", 
Joseph*, Benadaui^, John"^, John^), son of Franklin and Hannah 
(Burrows) Gallup, bom at Poquonoc Bridge, Groton, Conn., 
July 13, 1836; married first, Julia A. Stoddard, November 15. 
1859; married second, Henrietta Nash, November 17, 1879. 

Children : 
1594 Fkavrlin H. b. Feb. 23, iS5i. 
1593 William L. b. March 2S, 1552. 

1005 

Captain LOREN A". GALLUP [Franklin\ Gurdon', JosLph\ 
Joseph\ Bvnadaiir, Johii\ Johii"), son of Franklin and Hannah 
(Burrows) Gallup; born at Poquonoc Bridge, Groton, Cc'nn.. 
October 18, 1838. During the war of Rebellion he was a ca:;- 
tain in the Twentj'-sixth Regiment Connecticut V(jluntccrs ar.'! 
was engaged in active service at New Orleans and Port Hudson, 
La. Since 1864 he has been engaged in manufacturing and 
mercantile business at Norwich, Conn. ; married Elizabeth 
Hooker Kinne at Norwich, Conn., October 5, 1864. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 207 

Children : 

1596 Edward M. b. at Norwich, July 31, 1865; was a graduate of the Suf- 

field Literary' Institution in 1SS6; an earnest Christian who had 
chosen as his life-work the preaching of the Gospel ; but sickness 
and early death prevented the attainment of his purpose ; he died 
at Norwich, Conn., Dec. 16, iSSS. 

1597 Elizabeth K. b. May 23, iSf>9, m. "William Robertson Perkins of 

Norwich, Conn., Nov. 24, iSgi. 

1598 Clarence M. b. Oct. 2, 1S74. 

1599 Frederic L. b. Nov. 29, 1S79. 

1006 

FREDERIC* GALLUP {Franklin\ Gurdon\ Josepli\ Joseph\ 
Benada})i^, John''^ John'), son of Franklin and Hannah (Burrows) 
Gallup; bom at Groton, Conn., January 27, 1841 ; married first, 
Elizabeth H. Tanner, January 25, 1864; she died September 9, 
1875; he married second, Ellen E. Root, December 28, 1881; 
during the war of the Rebellion he was quartermaster of the 
Eighth Connecticut Volunteers with the rank of First Lieuten- 
ant, and was engaged in active service in North Carolina and 
Virginia. After the war he lived for several years at Ludlow, 
Mass. , where he was deacon of the Baptist Church ; is now living 

at Groton, Conn. 

C/u7d: 

1600 Annie E. b. June 12, 1S69. 

1010 

FRANCES D.* GALLUP {Franklin\ Gurdon\ Joscph\ 
Joseph\ Bcnadauv', John'', John'), daughter of Franklin and 
Sarah W. (Burrows) Gallup, bom November 4, 1846; married 
Obadiah P. Howell, Januar}- 20, 1870. 

C/iildren : 
Fannv a. H'jW h;.L, b. Dee. i", 1-72. v 

SvK.vH E. •' b. March 10, 1-74. 

Li.-';v G. " b. Nov. -, 1-7?. 

Bradford " b. July 11, 1805. 

1011 

ADELAIDE' GALLUP {Franklin\ Gurdon\ Joseph', Joseph', 
Bcnadani^, John'^, John'), daughter of Franklin and. Sarah W. 
(Burrows) Gallup, born May 17, 1848; married Geo. W. Atkins 
of Indianapolis, Ind., November 2, 1870. 



208 GENEALOGY OF 

Children : 
Grace A. Atkins, b. July 2S, 1S71. 
George F. " b. Sept. 14, 1873. 

Florence G. " b. Jan. 10,1878. 
William A. " b. July 7.1879. 
LiLLi.AN W. " b. July 26, 1SS2. 

1012 

WALTER L\ GALLUP {Franklin\ Gurdon\ Joseph', 
JosepJi\ Benadaui", fo/ur , Jolui'), son of Franklin and Sarah 
(Burrows) Gallup; born at Groton, Conn., April 2, 1851; mar- 
ried Ella Hunt of Port Jervis, N. Y., October 26, 1875; lived 
at Indianapolis, Ind., and was engaged in manufacturing saws; 
was a member of the firm of E. C. Atkins 8c Co. ; is now (1S92) 

at Chicago, 111. 

C/u7d: 

1601 Stella H. b. March 16, 1S78. 

1015 

ELMER El GALLUP {Franklin\ Giirdon\ Joseph\ JoscpJi'' 
Be7iada>n\ John'', John'), son of Franklin and Sarah (Burrows) 
Gallup; bom at Groton, Conn., December 2, i860; married 
Lillian P. Jenkins, September 19, 1882; he is agent for an 
important business firm at Boston; lives at Springfield, Mass. 
. _- Children : 

1602 Eugene H. b. Aug. 10, 18S3. 

1603 Edna L. b. June 5, 1885. 

1019 

EZEKIEL' GALLUP {E2ekiel\ Joseph\ Elisha\ Joscph\ 
Benadam\ John'*, John'), son of Ezekiel and Pamela (Bacheklor) 
Gallup; born April 22, 1817; married Eliza A. Gallup, Decem- 
ber 27, 1842; she was bom September 10, 1824; they now live 

at Hudson, Mich. 

Chiidreft : 

1604 Alice M. b. Aug. 3, 1848. 

1605 Viola M. b. Feb. 18, 1852, d. Nov. 21, 1S57. 

1606 Eugene W. b. Sept. 24, 1855, d. Feb. 24, 1S79. 

1607 Lorin C. b. April 22, 185S, m. Linna I. Emerick, Nov. 24. 

i83i. Child: Vera M. b. Feb. 12, 1885. 
i6o3 Clarence E. b. July 8, 1861. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 209 

1022 

FREDERICK T^ GALLUP {E=ckiel\ Joscph\ Rlisha\ 

/oseph\ Bt'naa\vn\ JoJui^, Jolui^), son of Ezekiel and Pamela 

(Bacheldor) Gallup; born ^larch ii, 1S25; married first, Maria 

L. Sanderson, October 18, 1847; she was bom March 11, 1825; 

she died February 11, 1SS7; married second, ]\h-s. Laura Dufer, 

July 18, 1889. 

Children : 

1609 Virgil E. b. Dec. 31, 1550. 

1610 Henry F. b. April g, i3;4, d. July 26, 1879. 

1611 Anna M. b. Nov. 17, 1855, m. Leva Shumway, Sept. 17, 1873. 

1612 Ad.\ E. b. May 17, 1S59, m. Amasa Ransom, Dec. 9, 1S79. 

1613 Llr.-\ A. b. Feb. 16, 1S63, d. May 11, 1S70. 

1047 

ELISHA JOSEPH' GALLUP {Elisha\ Joseph', Elisha\ 
JosepJi\ Beiiadauf, Johif\ John^), son of Elisha and Eunice 
(Gardner) Gallup, bom at Melbourne, P. Q., October 17, 1826; 
married Hester Ann Lindsay, October 28, 1S52. Removed to 
Manchester, N. H., in 1S76. Their children were bom at Mel- 
bourne. 

Children: 

1614 Marcia L. b. July 19, 1854, d. April 9, 1S56. 

1615 Id.\ E. b. March 11, 1859, m. Arthur S. Campbell at Manchester, N. 

H., Oct. 12, 1S81. 
iGiG Clara E. b. Feb. 6, i?59, m. J. Arthur Williams at Manchester, X. 

H., Nov. 7, 1883. 
1617 Hester J. b. March 28, 1S62, m. Will. B. Sanford, Manchester, N. H., 

March 6, 1S34. 
1G18 JosEi'H E. b. Feb. 20, 1.364, "i- Anna M. Ingalls, Dec. 16, 1S89. 
1619 Sarah A. b. April 23, 1866. 

1049 

LORING G.' GALLUP {Elisha\ /oscph\ EInfca\ /osrp/r, 
Bcnadavi^, Jo/ui^, John^)^ son of Elisha and Emrlc' {Gardner) 
Gallup, bom at Melbourne. P. Q., May 5. 1831; niarriufl lumiy 
Lindsay at Melbourne in iSGo. and lives there 'jU a farm. 

Lfiild : 
I'Vjo EtNirK E. b. Sept. 23. I -Go, m. Robert McMorinc May, iSSi. at Mel- 
]j<mrne. P. O. ; now <A I'coria, ill. 
11 



210 GENEALOGY OF 

1052 

JOHN P^ GALLUP {Elisha\ Joseph', Elis/ta', Joscph\ 
Be)iadai)i^, Jo/ni\ John'), son of Elisha and Eunice (Gardner) 
Gallup, bom at ^Melbourne, P. Q., May 2, 1838; married Althea 
Lawrence of Melbourne in 1S63, and lives there on a farm. 

Children : 

1621 Elnice S. b. Feb. 29, 1S64, m. Donald McNaughton at Melbourne, 

P. Q., No\-. 14, 1SS3; now of Baldwins ville, Mass. 

1622 Elisha J. b. Sept. 5, 1S65. 

1623 Augustus, b. Jan. 21, 1S69. 

1624 Frederick E. b. Feb. 20. 1S71. 

1053 

PEREZ OSCAR' GALLUP {Elisha\ Joseph\ Elisha\ Joscph\ 
Benadam"^, John'', /ohii^), son of Elisha and Eunice Gardner) 
Gallup; bom at Melbourne, P. O., ^lay 2, 1840; married Em- 
ma F. Furbush of Charlestown, Mass., October 18, 1875: she 
died Februar}-, 18S4; he now resides in New Bedford, Mass. 

1054 

ZADOCK AUGUSTUS^ GALLUP {EIisha\ JosLph; Elisha\ 
JosepJi" Benadaiii' Jolin'' Jolin^)^ son of Elisha and Eunice (Gard- 
ner) Gallup; born at Melbourne, P. O., September 30, 1S42; 
married Sarah F. Hartford of Boston, Mass., in 1869; he now 
resides in Salem, Mass. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 211 



NINTH GENERATION. 



1064 

CHRISTOPHER C GALLUP {Si7as\ Thouias\ John\ 
Isaac'% John\ Joh;i\ fo/ut'^, John''), son of Silas and Milly 
(Stephenson) Gallup, born at Brookfield, Mass., May 7, 1827; 
married Mary Ann Spragaie, October 6, 1849. 

Children : 

1643 Lucy A. b. Oct. 27, 1S50, m. Miron Girdler, Sept 26, 1S70. 

1644 Lalra b. Dec. 22, 1S52, m. Henry Cook, Jan. 2, 1S71. 

1645 George, b. Feb. iS, 1S71, d. Aug. 26, 1371. 

1065 

DANIEL W.' GALLUP {Alfred', Thomas', JoJin\ Isaac', 
Jo!in\ /ohn\ Jo/nr, John'), son of Alfred and Ann (Windsor) 
Gallup, born in Ea.-t Brookfield, Mass.. !May ri, 1842: married 
Carrie Wilson, December 3, iS6i, and lives in Emingt<jn, 111. 

ChUdren : 



1646 Annie, b. Broughton 

1647 E.^THKR M. b. 

164S Harriet E. b. 

1649 Daniel W. b. 

1650 Grace W. b. " 



111., Sept. 12, 1S62. 
May i3, 1S66. 
Feb. I, 1S68. 
April 9, 1S70. 
Dec. 8, 1877. 



1066 

FREDERICK^ GALLUP {Alfred", Thomas', John\ Isaac', 
JoJin\ John", John", John'), son of Alfred and Ann (Windsor) 
Gallup, bom at East Brookfield, November 3, 1846; married 
Sarah C. Hall in 1875; lives in Illinois. 

C/uld : 
1651 John L. b. at Lawn Ridge, 111., May 3, 1876. 



1059 Mary Olive, ) . , _ ^ ,, 

,/ ^, . > tu-ins, b. June i8, iob4, 

1660 Martha Ai.ick, ) -' 



1090 

DOLLY G'. GALLUP {Xoyes B.\ Isaac\ John\ Isaac\ 

John", Jo/ui*, John^, Jo/ui^), daughter of Noyes B. and Delia J. 

(Geer) Gallup; born in Wasioja, Minn., June 28, 1S5S: marricl 

Clarence E. Quimb}'. Ijccember 25, 1882; lives at Ashton, Soiu'r. 

Dakota. 

Children : 

WiMi Ki.i» Bi.A.Ni iiK QiTMiiV, b. July 3, 1SS4. 

Bkr.mce AiJti-iA " b. June 16, iSr/j, d. Aug. 20, 1891. 



/ 



212 GENEALOGY OF ' '. i -/ /. 

s. 

1068 '^' 

JOHN W.' GALLUP {Alfrc^f, Thomas', Johu\ Isaac', 
Johii\ JoJin^, JoJin'^, John^), son of Alfred and Ann (Windsor) 
Gallup, born-' JiiKe^ 25, 1853;^ married Isora Lamorie of Lawn 
Ridge, III, July 2, 1876. ii*-'^- > ^-^-^S "^ '^ ■-' ■'(' , • ; 

Children : 

1652 Inez, b. at Lawn Ridge, 111., Feb. 16, 1877. n -' 

1653 Pearl, b. at Broughton, 111., July iS, 1879 /- ' ', 

1654 Lath A, b. at Chicago. 111., - Awgi »«, 1882.— :'^ ''^ 

1072 

OSBORNE'" GALLUP {Bcnadanr, Tho»ias\ John\ Isaac\ 
John\ Jo/ui^, JoJiii^, JoIdi"), son of Benadam and Caroline 
(Henshaw) Gallup, bom at East Brookfield, Mass., April 16, 
1842; married Clara ^L Barton, November 26, 1867. 

Children : 

1655 Mary E. b. Dec. 23, 1870. 

1656 Ruth H. b. July i, 1S79. 

1076 

HENRY L' GALLUP {James H.\ Isaac', John\ Isaac', 
John\ Johii^, John'', JoJin^), son of James H. and Sarah (Selden) 
Gallup, bom at Huntsville, Ala., July 13, 1858; married Hannah 
A. Mathews of Carrollton, 111., July 9, 1879. 

Children : 

1657 Ann Amelia, b. Oct. 22, 1880. 

1658 Joseph H. b. July 6, 18S2. 
1059 Mary Olive, ) . ,, d. Sept. 4, 1SS5. 



GALLUP FAJIILY. 213 

1091 

JASPER E^ GALLUP {Xojrs B.\ Isaac\ John\ Isaac\ 
John\ Jolin\ John'', John'), son of Noyes B. and Delia J. (Geer) 
Gallup; born at Wasioja, Minn., December 26, 1859; married 
Lottie Perr>', September 25, 1889; lives at Ashton, South 
Dakota. 

C/uld: 

1661 Arthur Wilson, b. June i, 1S91. 

1092 

THOMAS S'. GALLUP (AV^ B.\ Isaac\ John\ Isaac', 
John\ John\ John\ John'), son of Noyes B. and Delia J. (Geer) 
Gallup; bom at Wasioja, Minn., November i, 1861; married 
Belle H. Dodge, March 19, 1885; they live at Ashton, Spink Co., 
South Dakota. 

Children : 

1662 Clifford Thomas, b. Feb. 12, 1SS6. 

1663 Bel'lah Belle, b. Dec. 29, 1SS7. 

1109 

GEORGE' GALLUP (/.^;;/r5^ Nathaniel', Benadam\ Isaac\ 
John', JoJin\ John\ John'), son of James and Patience (Stone) 
Gallup; born in New Hampshire in 1850; married Mary O'Con- 
nell in 1877; they live at Sparland, 111. 

Children : 

1664 EsTELLA, b. in 1S78. 

1665 Charlotte, b. in 18S0. 

1666 Harry, b. in 18S1. 
. 1667 Mary, b. in 1883. 

1110 

BENJAMIN' GALLUP {Javies\ Nathanier , Bcnadam', 
Isaac\ John\ John\ John\ John'), son of James and Patience 
(Stone) Gallup; born in New Hampshire in 1852; married ^Llry 
Dray m 1S75 ; they live on a farm at Chillicothe, 111. 

Children : 

1668 Bl-rto.n, b. in 1877. 

1669 Herbert, b. in 1879. 



214 GENEALOGY OF 

1111 

I WILLIAM' GALLUP {Jamis\ Xatlianid\ Benadain\ 

\ Isaac" ^ Jo]in\ John\ John'^, Jo/iii'), son of James and Patience 

f. (Stone) Gallup; born in Xe\v Hampshire in 1S54; married Aviary 

I Burris in 1S75 ; they reside at Chillicothe, 111. 

C/uldren : 
j 1670 Orra, b. in 1S76. 

I 1671 Dolly, b. in 1879. 

1672 Lydla., b. in 1S33. 

I 1115 

^ MARION' GALLUP {Joscph\ Nathanicl\ Benadam\ haac\ 

John*, fohii^, Johu'^, John^), son of Joseph and Celia Gallup. 
bom in Peoria, Co., Illinois, in 1853; married Ellen Kimball in 
1877, and lives on a farm at Pontiac, Livingstone Co., 111. 

Childreyi : 

1673 Cell\, b. Oct. 187S. 

1674 JosEiH, b. March, iSSo. 

1675 Xelli?;, b. Feb. i5Si. .:< . , 

1116 

LOREN' GALLUP {Joseph\ NatltanieP, Benadam\ Isaac\ 
J. John*, John^, John^, John'), son of Joseph and Celia Gallu]). 
\^ bom in Peoria Co. , Illinois, December, 1S58; married Minnie 
^ "-' r L. Hawley in 18S4, and lives in West Hallock, Peoria Co., 111. 

1166 

DANIEL B.' GALLUP {lVmm;u% Thomas', John\ Jolin\ 

John*, John"", John'', Joh)i^), son of William and Lucy (Budlont,--) 

Gallup, bom May 24, 1832; married Elizabeth Amner, October 

5, 1862, at Cassville, N. Y. ; now lives in Sparta, White Co., 

Tennessee. 

Children : 

iij-() Fr.x.nkA. b. Sept. 13. i-^'jS, m. Effie Lloyd of Hamilton, X. '^•' 

July 3, \'-j}0. 
1677 Fi.ouKM 1; A. b. Oct. II, i-c^r, m. G. W. Merrick of Rochester, X- "*•• 

July 12. I--G. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 215 

1195 

NATHANIEL C/ GALLUP {DaiiU-r, Nathamel C.\ 
JVheelcr^, /ohn'\ JoJin\ Jo/ni\ Johii^^ /olin^), son of Daniel and 
Lucinti (Denison) Gallup, bom in Nonvich, Pa., January 22, 
1844; married Ann Evans in 1870. 

C/uldreti: 

1678 Edwin. 

1679 Emma. 

1196 

WILLLAM D.' GALLUP {Damel\ Nathaniel C.\ \Vhceler\ 
JoJuv'^ JoJin\ John'', Jollify Jo/in^), son of Daniel and Lucina 
(Denison) Gallup, bom in Norwich, Pa., September 11, 1846; 
married Harriet E. Shepard, May 24, 187 1. Mr. Gallup is now 
engaged in mercantile business at Smethport, Pa. 

C/uhiren : 
i63o Frederick D. b. June 16, 1S71, now (1S90) at Trinity College, Hart- 
ford, Conn. 
16S1 Rena May, b. Sept. 13, iSSi. 

1218 

EZRA A». GALLUP {Dani€l\ John\ Xathan\ John\ John\ 
Jolui^, Jo/iir, Jo/in^), son of Daniel and Barbara (Gord<jn) Gal- 
lup; b(jrn at Sterling, Conn., September 23, 1S44; married 
Olive A. Knight of Voluntown, Conn., June 21, 1866, and 
settled on a farm at Sterling, Conn., where he now lives. 

Children : 
♦1682 John W. b. July 2, 1867. 

1683 Arthlr a. b. Jan. 24. 1369. 

1684 Frank E. b. April i, 1S72. 

1655 Jennie A. b. Oct. 21, 1873. 

1656 Edward E. b. March 15, 1875. 
i686>^ Lena G. b. Sept 8, 1S76. 

1220 

GEORGE H'. GALLUP {Daniel\ Jolin\ Natha7i\ /ohu\ 
JoJui*^ /oIdi^, John'', Jo/ui^), son of Daniel and Barbara (Gordon) 
Gallup; bom at Sterling, Conn., November 5, i860; married 
Mary Gallup, daughter of Nathaniel Gallup of vSterling, Conn., 
Oct. 20, 1880; lived in Brooklyn, Conn. ; now of Sterling, Conn. 



216 GENEALOGY OF 



Children : 
16S7 George H. b. Oct. S, 18S2. 
16SS Carl Daniel, 
16S9 Earl Nathaniel, 



twins, b. Sept. 5, 1S34. 



1225 

ETHAN' GALLUP {Joshua, Joshua\ Samiul\ Xat]ianid\ 

NatJianiel" , Johfi^, JoJliC\ JoJui^), son of Joshua and ]\Iary 

(Gould) Gallup; born June 19. 1819 in Jefferson, N.Y. ; married 

Marrilla Lamorie, November 5, 1S40; she was bom August 30. 

1820. 

Children : 

*i690 CvRis P. b. Dec. 25, 1S41. 
*i69i Egbert H. b. Feb. 22, 1S45. 
*i692 James E. b. Dec. 22, 1S46. 

1229 

MARY E^ GALLUP (/os/iua% /os/nuf, Samuel\ Xatluin- 
iel', Nathanicl\ Jo/ni'^, John'', Joh)i^), daughter of Joshua and 
Mary (Gould) Gallup; bom Decembers, 1S25, at Jefferson, N. 
Y. ; married John F. Dominick, October 15, 1846; he was bom 
December 5. 1825; they live at Greig, Lewis Co., N. Y. 

Children : 
DwiGHT M. Dominick, b. July ir, 1S48, m. Harriet E. Carter, Oct. 14- 

1373. Child: John Earle, b. Jan. 16, rSSo. 
Mary E. " b. April 25, i?54, d. Sept. 7, 1S57. 

Je-\nette Muzetta " b. Jan. 5, 1S59. 

William Joshua " b. Jan. 29, i36i, ra. Clara Stanford, March 7, 

1837; she died May S, i337; married second, Jen- 
nie F. Gaylord, June, 1839; she was born Dec. 
22, 1S60. 

1230 

WESSEL' GALLUP {/oshua\ Joslnia\ Sainuel\ Xatliamd', 
N'athajiiel^ Jo/ui', Jolui^, /ohn'), son of Joshua and ^lary (Gould) 
Gallup; bom December 14, 1829, in Jefferson, N. Y. ; married 
Kate Van Aemam, September 17, 1862; she was bom Augaist 
27, 1837; they now live in Greig-, Lewis Co., N. Y. 

Children : 

1693 Ira T. b. Sept. 5, 1863. 

1694 Mdruecai S. b. Aj^ril 14, 1S67. 

1695 Mary A. b. Au;^. 21, 1S73. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 217 

1231 

MORDECAP GALLUP {Joshua\ /oshiia\ Samuel', Ka- 

thaiii(-l% NatJia)iiel\ Jo/in^, JoJui^, Jo/iii^), son of Joshua and 

Mary (Gould) Gallup; born June 6, 1S32, in Jefferson, N. Y. ; 

married first, ^lary C. Sand, September 15, 1853; she was 

bom February 14, 1834; died May 15, 1857; married second. 

Christina C. Sand, March 17, 1859; she was born December 25. 

1840; he was a soldier in the late civil war and died on the field 

of battle. 

Child by First Marriage : 

Jay C. b. May 6, 1357, d. Dec. 14, 1S57. 

Children by Seco7id Marriage : 
*i(jg6 Carrie L. b. Feb. 11, 1S60. 
*i697 Lucy E. b. Sept. 6, i36i. 

1233 

WYATT'^ GALLUP [Samiui H.\ JosJiiia\ Samuel\ NatJian- 
icl", Nathaiiicl\ JoJui^, /ohn^, John'), son of Samuel H. and 
Marg-aret (Fisher) Gallup, born December 16, 1816, at Knox, 
X. Y. ; married ; died July 21, 1882, at Cohoes, N. Y. 

Children : 
1698 Frank. 

Mrs. A.ndrew V.a.n Wie, Mechanicsville, Saratoga Co., N. Y. 

1235 

AZOR' GXl.l.\jV {Samuel H.\ JosJiua\ Samuel\ Nathaniel\ 

Nathaniel", JoJin^, John"', John'), son of Samuel H. and Mar*i;-aret 

(Fisher) Gallup, born June 15, 1850; married Eliza Williams, 

bom February 13, 1816, died November lo, 1881. He died 

May 5, 1870. 

Children : 

1699 Eunice, b. July iS, 1844, d. March 27, 1847. 

1700 Allen, b. Oct. 26, 1848. 

1701 Lucy, b. Aug. 15, 1S55. 

1236 

ELIAS' GALLUP {Samuel H:, Joshua\ Samucl\ Nathan- 
iel", Nathanicl\ John\ John', John'), son of Samuel H. and 
Mar;:^aret (Fisher) Gallup, born July 23, 1822, at Beme, N. Y. ; 
married Elizabeth Allen of Berne, January 6, 1846. 



218 GENEALOGY OF 

Children : 
*i702 William M. b. Oct. 20, 1S4S, at Greenbush, N. Y. 
*i703 Alta E. b. Nov. 29, 1853, " " 

1704 Henkv a. b. Dec. 2S, 1859, at Sycamore, 111. 

1237 

GILES" GALLUP {Samuel H.\ /oshua\ Samuel', NatJian- 
icl^, Nathanii'l\ /ohn^, Jo/ur, JoJui^), son of Samuel H. and 
Marg-aret (Fisher) Gallup, born July 4, 1824; married Orpha 
Secor; living at Coeymans, N. Y. 

Children : 
*i705 Elizabeth, b. Dec. i, 1S44. 
*i7o6 Eli.\s, b. May 6, 1S4S. 

*i707 Isaac, b. March 20, 1S50. 

*i7o8 Spencer, b. April 5, 1S55. 

1243 

MOSES A. M.' GALLUP {Luke\ Joshua\ Samucl\ Natli- 
anieP, NatJianicl\ Jo/ui^, John'', John^), son of Luke and Jemima 
(Slade) Gallup, born at Berne, N. Y., July 12, 1831; married 
Susanna Slade, August 21, 1850. 

Child: 
1709 Miles W. b. June i, 1S52, d. Sept. 7, 1S62. 

1246 

CAROLINE^ GALLUP {Albcrt\ Nathaniel \ Saniu,-/'. 
Xatlianiel'\ Xathanicl\ John'', John"', JoJin^), daughter of Albert 
and Eunice (Smith) Gallup, born at Berne, Albany Co., N. Y., 
August 5, 1 82 1, and was married to Rev. Sylvanus Reed, a 
clergyman of the Episcopal Church, at St. Paul's Church. 
Albany, X. Y., May 14, 1851, by the Rev. William Ingrahain 
Kip, D.D., assisted by the Rev. Horatio Potter, D.D. Rev. 
Sylvanus Reed was bom at Brownsville, N. Y., July 13, 181 2; 
died October 10, 1870, in New York city. 

Mrs. Reed's education really began at home, under her own 
parents. She first attended St. Peter's Church school at 
Albany, afterwards that of the Misses Carter, to whose schoi)! 
were transferred many other pupils from St. Peter's Church 
school. In 1835 she entered the Albany Female Academy. 
It was there that the discipline of mind and taste for knowledge 



GALLUP r.AjyriLY. 219 

began. The staff of teachers was composed of men and women 
of talent and learning, among whom were Rev. Robert McGee, 
Hon. Stephen J. Field, now Justice of the United States 
Supreme Court, Miss Ann Charlotte Lynch, now Mrs. Botta, 
who has since been an authority in many places of learning 
throughout the country. Under the leading of these eminent 
teachers, combined with her own enthusiasm in the pursuit of 
knowledge, it was no wonder that Mrs. Reed was graduated 
with high honors in 1839. During the years following, while 
mingling in the highest literary circles of society for which 
Albany was at that time noted, she completed a course of read- 
ing covering that usually pursued by students of divinity, and 
also contributed poems and other articles to various magazines. 
After her marriage in 1851 to Rev. Sylvanus Reed, she lived 
for several years at Berne, where her time was occupied by the 
parochial duties incident to a clerg}'man's wife and those of a 
mother and head of a home. In 1862 Mr. and Mrs. Reed re- 
moved to the city of New York. She had long had in mind 
the idea of founding a school for the education of young ladies, 
and in 1S64 the school, which has so long borne her name, was 
begun. Mrs. Reed had rare gifts for such an enterprise, 
possessing a mind richly stored with knowledge, and having 
the power of imparting something of her own fervor in its pur- 
suit to her pupils, whether in the realms of scientific research 
or of logical thought. She had great executive ability and skill 
in organization, so that her school soon became an assured suc- 
cess, and has long enjoyed an enviable reputation as a school of 
a ver\- high order. After twenty-five years of active life at the 
head of this school, Mrs. Reed resigned the supervision of it in 
1890, and spent two years in foreign travel, returning in 1892 to 

her home in New York. 

Children : 

Mary Geraldi.ve Reed, b. at Berne, N. Y. , April 17, 1S52. 

SvLVA.\L-s Albert " b. " " April 8, 1854; was graduated 

from Columbia College, N. Y., and the School of 
Mines ; is now connected with the Commonwealth 
Fire Insurance Co. of New York city. 

Latham Gai.llp " b. at Berne, X. Y., Dec. 10, 1855; was educated at 
Cambridge, England, joined the Honorable Society 
of the Inner Temple, and was admitted to the bar 
by the same; m. Mar>' Xewbold Welsh of Philadel- 



220 GENEALOGY OF 

phia, Pa., April 29, 1SS4; is now in the practice d 
law in Xew York city. CJu'Idren : Latham Ralston 
Reed, b. July S, 1SS6; Elizabeth Eunice Reed, "n. 
Sept. S, iSS3, of the Eleventh Generation. 
Anna Dewitt Reed, b. at Berne, N. Y., Oct. 21, 1858, m. William Bar- 
clay Parsons of New York, May 20, 1SS4. 

1247 

ALBERT SMITH^ GALLUP (.-i//;.r/^ Xathamel\ Samud\ 
Naihatiiel', Nat/ianiti* Jo/in^, JoJui^, Johii^), son of Albert and 
Eunice (Smith) Gallup; born at Berne, Albany Co., N. Y. , Sep- 
tember 20, 1823. His father having removed to Albany in 
1832, he received his education at the best schools in that city. 
He married Jane A. Balch at Providence, R. L, June 5, 1S49. 
He was for several years engaged in mercantile business in 
Providence, R. L, and in the manufacture of cotton. He was 
chosen several terms to the General Assembly and Senate of 
Rhode Island, and was postmaster of Providence during the 
administration of James Buchanan. He removed to the city of 
New York in 1873, where he is now living, and soon after 
retired from business. His wife died at Providence, R. L, Jan- 
uary 4, 1893. She was the daughter of the late Joseph P. 
Balch of Providence, who belonged to one of the oldest fami- 
lies in Rhode Island. 

Children : 

1710 Aldert, b. at Providence, R. I., 1S53; he was graduated at Bruwr. 

University in 1S73, and afterwards was a graduate of the Colun.- 
bia Law School. He was admitted to the New York bar in iS;:. 
and was from that time till his death practicing law in New York 
City. In iSSc; he was appointed President of the Board of Park 
Commissioners. He died in New York, Dec. 24, 1892. of pneumonia, 
after a short illness. 

1711 H0W.A.KD, b. at Providence, R. L, Sept. 4, 1854; he is a graduate of 

Columbia College, N. Y., and is now a stock broker in Wall street. 

1712 Jeanie, b. at Providence, R. L, Nov. 14, 1861. 

1248 

PRISCILLA' GALLUP (Aibert\ Nathaniel\ Samuel\ 
Naiha?iiel^, Nat]ia}iicl\ /ohn^, John\ Johii^), daughter of Albert 
and Eunice (Smith) Gallup; born at Berne, N. Y., Jtme 21, 
1828; married George H. Whiting of New York, April 13, 1852; 
they lived in the city of New York; she died June 8, 1887. 



GALLUP FA^nLY. 221 

Children : 

George H. Whiting, b. Sept. 6, 1S54. 

Isabel " b. March 21, 1S56. 

Edwin G. " b. Aug. 25, 1S5S. 

Priscii.l.\ Alden " b. Feb. 16, 1S61, m. John Ormond Nichol- 

son of New York. 

Albert G. " b. Dec. 21, 1S66. 



1250 

EDWIN C^ GALLUP {A/l7err, Nathaniel\ Samuel\ Na- 
tJianiel"^ Natha)iicl\ JoJin^, /oIni\ JoJui^)^ son of Albert and 
Eunice (Smith) Gallup; born at Berne, N. Y., March 21, 1835. 
Married Anna Colkett, January 5, 1870. He was associated 
Avith his brother, Albert S. Gallup, in business in Providence, 
R. L , as a merchant and manufacturer of cotton. He served 
two or three terms in the Rhode Island batteries during the 
war, the first as Sergeant, the second as Captain, in 1861 and 
1862. He retired from business in 1873 and removed to Phila- 
delphia, Penn. , where he died May 10, 1883. 

Children : 

1713 Mary C. b. Feb. 6, 1871. 

1714 Edwin b. May 19, 1872, d. in infancy. 

1253 

XATHAXIEL D. ' GALLUP { Nathamel\ Xathauicl\ 
Saiiiuci''. Xc7t/ia}>ur\ Xathanicr, Jo/ui^, Jofur, /o/iii^), son -if 
Nathaniel and Sally (Walden) Gallup, born at Berne, ..Vlbany 
Co., N. Y., ^larch 21, 1S24; married Polly A. Strcvell, Decem- 
ber 25, 1845. 

Children : 

*i7i5 Albert D. b. Oct. 21, 1846. 
*i7i6 Minor W. b. March 20, 1S50. 

1254 

LUCY E. ' GALLUP [Xathaniel\ Xathanid\ Samucl\ 
Xathaniel'\ Xathaniel\ Jolin^, Johii^, John^), daughter of Nath- 
aniel and Sally (Walden) Gallup, born March 21, 1826; married 
B. A. Dyer, January 3, 1846. 



222 



GENEALOGY OF 







Children : 




Otis F. 


Dyer, 


, b. Feb. 


2, rS47. 




Priscilla 




b. Jan. 


9, 1S49. 




Eunice 




b. Oct. 


21, 1S50. 




Jane 




b. Nov. 


2, 1552. 




Allen J. 




b. July 


27, 1S55, 


d. March 10, 1S56. 


James B. 




b. Jan. 


7. i557- 




Edwin S. 




b. Aug. 


27, 1S60. 




William S. 




b. March 


19, 1S63. 




Frank 




b. Dec. 


2. 1S6;, 


d. July 3, i36S. 


Kate 




b. Feb, 


22, iS63. 





1255 

EUNICE* GALLUP {Nathaniel', Nathamcr, Samucl\ 
NatlianieP, Nathanid\ John'', /o/ni\ John'), daughter of Nath- 
aniel and Sally ( Walden ) Gallup, born January 27, 1S2S; 
married Isaac Allen, November, 1S45. 

C/uldren : 
Wheeler Allen. 
George S. 
Nathaniel 
Charles '* deceased. 

F.\NNV 

1256 

MINER' GALLUP {Xathaniei\ Nathaniel\ Samuel', 
Nat]Lanicl\ Xathanicr, John\ John\ John'), son of Nathaniel 
and Sally (Walden) Gallup, born at Berne, Albany Co., N. Y., 
March 6, 1830; married Jane Conger in 1858; he died August 
19, 1889. Mr. Gallup had been member of the Assembly. 

Children : 

1 71 7 Cordelia. 

1718 Jane. 

1 7 19 Conger. 

1720 Eunice. 



1257 

GEORGE' GALLUP {Xathanid', Nathnnul', Sa;;i'n/'. 
Nathaniel\ Nat hauler, John\ Jo/in', John'), son of Nathaniel 
and Sally (Walden) Gallup, born at Berne, Albany Co., N. \-. 
May 6, 1832; married Mahala J. Sherman. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 223 

Children : 
\1i\ John. 

1722 Nathaniel. 

1723 Albert. 

1724 Mary. 

1258 

ALBERT' GALLUP {Xathanui\ Nathamcl\ Sainnd\ 
Xathaaier, Xatfiaiut'I\ Jo/iii'\ Jo/nr, John^), son of Nathaniel 
and Sally (Walden) Gallup, born at Beme, Albany Co., N. Y., 
Au^ist 27, 1834; married Margaret Warner, December 3, 1857. 
He was sheriii" of Albany County from 1S73 to 1876, and 
treasurer from iSSi to 1S84. 

Children : 

1725 Ada. 

1726 Adam J. deceased. 

1727 ISABELL.\. 

1728 Byron. 

1729 Lena. 

1730 Harris. 

1259 

ELMIXA' GALLUP {Nathaniel\ NatJianid\ Sainnd\ 
Xathaniel", Nathaniel', John^, Johti"^, John'), daughter of 
Nathaniel and Sally (Walden) Gallup, born Januar}' 24, 1837; 
married Edwin Jones, June, 1861. 

Children : 

Edwin Jones, 

Asa 

Effie 

Clara 

Sabina 

Alonzo 

1260 

JOHN E.^ GALLUP {Nathamd\ Nathanid\ Sainud\ 
Xatha?iiel\ Xatha)iiel\ /ohn^, /o/in'*, John^), son of Nathaniel 
and Sally (Walden) Gallup, bom at Beme, Albany Co., N. Y., 
June 6, 1839; married Elizabeth Bronk in 1861. 

Children : 

1731 Minnie. 

1732 Frank, m. Sophia Barber in 1872; she d. Nov. 1865; no children. 



224 GENEALOGY OF 

1261 

SARAH E.' GALLUP {Nathaiihi\ Nat/ianiel\ Samii,-l\ 
Natlianici\ Xathaniii\ Jolin\ John"- John'), daughter of 
Nathaniel and Sally (Walden) Gallup, born August 2, 1841; 
married Albert Osterhout in 1861. 

Children : 
Jennie Osterholt. 
Caroline " 

LiLLIE " 

William " 

Edwin " 

1275 

SETH' GALLUP {Saviuel\ John Enos\ Sainud\ Xathamd\ 
Xathaniel\ John'', John'', John'), son of Samuel and Eunice 
(Williams) Gallup, born October 19, 1839, at Knox, Albany 
Co., N. Y. ; married Lucy M. Bamum, October 15, 1S61. 
Removed to Bingham ton, N. Y., in 1883. 

Children : 

1733 Cora B. b. at East Maine, N. Y., April 6, 1S76. 

1734 Minnie O. b. " " April 11, 1S7S. 

127S 

JOHN E.^ GALLUP (John J.\ John EJ Sainud\ Xatha-^- 
iel", XatJianicl\ Jo/iJi\ Joh)i\ Jo/ui''). son of John Jauks'-n .i:' 
Eva (Van Shaick) Gallup, born at Knox, Albany Cm.. X. \ . 
March 30, 1844; married Clara J. Martineau, who was bi-r:. 
July 23, 1854. He is a lawyer in Albany. 

Children : 

1735 Anna E. b. Aug. 7, 1870, d. in infancy. 

1736 John Jackson, b. April 16, 1875. 

1284 

ELBERT' GALLUP {Elon\ John E.\ Saviiiel\ Xathanui\ 
Nathaniel*, John'', John'', John'), son of Elon and Xancy 
(Broeffle) Gallup, born X'^ovember 14, 185 1; married Harriet 
Osterhout, Januar}' 15, 1872. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 225 

Children : 
1737 Henry, b. June 29, 1S73, d. Oct. i, 1S73. 
173S Sylvia, b. June 7, 1375, d. ^larch 4, 1S7S. 

1739 Percy, b. Aug. 12, 1S77. 

1740 Nellie, b. Feb. 24, 1879. 

1741 George B. b. Jan. 12, 18S6. 

1285 

LUCY E.^ GALLUP {Elon\ John E.\ Sainiiel\ Nathaniel^ 
NatJianiel\ John\ John'', John^), daughter of Elon and Xancy 
(Broeffle) Gallup, born ^lay 17, 1S53; married Elias Warner, 
December 20, 1S71, who was bom January 20, 1852. 

Children : 
Grace Anne Warner, b. April 6, 1S74. 
Lucy E.mma " b. July 21, 1871. 

12S6 

BENTON^ GALLUP {Elon\ John E.\ Samiicl\ Nathanicl'\ 
NatJianicl\ John\ John'', John'), son of Elon and Xancy 
(Broeffle) Gallup, born March 15, 1856; married Lira Earl, 
March 6, 1878, who was born May 27, 185 1. 

Childi-en : 

1742 Earl, b. May 51, iSSo. 

1743 Elon, ) . , , 

„ /twins, b. Autj. I, 1557. , , 

1744 Ernest,) ^ d. Aug. 13, 1859. 

12S7 

GEORGE B.' GALLUP (E/vn\ J^^hn E.\ Saimiel\ Nathan- 
iti'\ Xathanicl'. Juhn\ John\ John), son of Elon and Xancy 
(Broeffle) Gallup, born June 29. \<^)\\ married Mary Craft, 
Suptember 18, 1S87, who was born July 6, 1S67. 

Child: 
1745 George B. b. June 18, 1890. 

1292 

EUXICE ELVIRA' GALLUP {William H.\ Kathan\ 
SaniueV, Nathanicl\ Xathanid\ John"", John'\ John'), daughter 
of William H. and Eunice (Throop) Gallup, born at Schoharie, 
N. Y., March 8, 1838; married first, John B. Spickerman at 



226 GENEALOGY OF 

Leyden, III, January 29, 1859, who died July 31, 1862, at Oak 
Park, 111. ; married second. Rev. Herman Baldwin Dean at St. 
Clair', Mich., August 28, 1872, who was born in Buffalo, X. Y., 
Januar>' 26, 1839. His father was Benjamin W. Dean, M. D., 
who died in Lockport, X. Y., in 1841 ; his mother was Sophia 
(Fox) Dean, who died in Xew York city in 1853. Mr. and :^Irs. 
Dean reside at St. John's rectory, Moorhead, Minn. 

Child by First Marriage: 
Anna Grace Spickerman, b. at Oak Park. 111., Dec. 2S, 1S59. d- at Luding- 
ton, Mich., March 7, 1S75. 

Child by Second Marriage : 
Ruth Evelyn Dean, b. in Chicago, 111., May 6, 1876. 

1305 

ELI H.^ GALLUP {Audrez.' J.\ Eli\ Silas\ Nathaniel', 
Nathaniel^ John\ John\ John'), son of Andrew J. and Mary 
(Houston) Gallup, born near Rochester, X. Y. ; married Ella 

M. Whipple. 

Children : 

1746 James. 

1747 Jackson. 

1748 Eli. 

1385 

CORTEZ B.' GALLUP {Benjauiin\ Benjamin', Thomas' .^ 
Thomas', XathanwV, John\ John\ John'), son of Benjamin and 
Juliette (Spalding) Gallup, born at Sheldon, Vt., Xovember, 
1839; married Harriet Chadwick, September, 1862. 

Children : 

1749 Hanmkal C. b. Feb. 1864. 

1750 Arthlr S. b. Dec. 186S. 

1751 Sarah E. b. April, 1877. 

1424 

WILLIAM ARTHURS GALLUP {William 1V.\ Millar, 
UzzieV, Benjamin', Benjamin', John\ John', John'), son of 
William W. and Eugenia (Smith) Gallup, born at Xorth Adams. 
Mass., ()ct'/oer 28, 1.S51 ; married Harriet E. Marsh, Octwi.'cr :• 
1876, she died October 31,1 889. He was clerk in the Adams Bank 
in 1869, and in 1870 became connected with the Arnold Print 



GALLUP FAMILY. 



OOT 



Works, rising- by successive stages from office boy to clerk and 
then to treasurer, \vhich important office he now holds. He 
became a member of the firm of Gallup & Houghton, cotton 
manufacturers, in 1S77. Mr. Gallup was made a director in the 
Adams National Bank in 1891, and is a prominent member of 
St. John's Episcopal Church, towards whose benevolence he 
has been a generous giver, and in whose service always an 
active worker. In 1S91 he built the north wing upon the North 
Adams Hospital building at a cost of $10,000, as a memorial to 
his deceased wife, Harriet M., who during- her life had been 
devoted to the interests and management of this institution. 

Children : 

1752 Hattie M. b. Aug. 26, 1S77, d. Sept. 4, 18S4. 

1753 William A. b. April i, 1S79, d- Dec. 3, 1891. 

1754 Fr.ancisW. b. Oct. 4, iSSi, d. May 4, 18S5. 

1755 ^Lark.nE. b. July 14, 1SS3. 

1756 Harold W. b. April 1SS6, d. Dec. 6, 1892. 

1757 Dorothy F. b. Aug. 1S8S. 

1425 

EMERSON^ S. GALLUP {William \V.\ Millcn\ Uzzid\ 
Benjamin^, Be)ijainin\ Jo/ni^, Jolui^^ Jo/ui^), son of William W. 
and Eugenia (Smith) Gallup, born at North Adams, Mass., 
September 17, 1S53: married H. L. Russell. October 25, 1876. 
He is bookkeeper for a wholesale crockery firm at Albany, 
N. Y. 

Children : 

1758 Flore.nxe p. b. March 17, 1878. 

1759 Alice W. b. Oct. 12, 1889. 

1427 

CLARENCE W.' GALLUP {William ]V.\ Millcn\ Uzzid\ 
Benjaini)i'', Be}ijauii)i\ JoIdi^, Joluf^ John^), son of William W. 
and Eugenia (Smith) Gallup, born at North Adams, Mass., 
July 10, 1859; married Eugenia M. Walden, December 2, 1885. 
Mr. Gallup is engaged in the manufacture of boxes at Clarks- 
burg, Mass., and resides at North Adams. 

CAiid: 
1760 EuGE.MA L. b. Sept. 15, i-'/j. 



228 GENEALOGY OF 



1432 



WILLARD SCOTT ^ GALLUP {Milo\ Millen\ Uzzid' , 
Benja/nin\ Benja)>tin\ JoJiii^, Joh>i'\ Jo/in'), son of Milo S. and 
Fanny (Clark) Gallup, born at North Adams, Mass., June ;8, 
1856; married first, Eliza Harz, November 27, 187S, who died 
January 17, 1880; married second, Isa Harrington, June 16, 
1887. He is manager's clerk at the Arnold Print Works, North 
Adams. 

1435 

EDWARD ELMER'' GALLUP {Milo', Millen\ Uzzid\ 
Benjamin', Benjaiiiin\ Jolui^, JoJui^, Jo/ni^), son of 'M.'iXo S. and 
Fanny (Clark) Gallup, born at North Adams, Mass., January 
13, 1863; married first, ^Myrtie Dodge; married second, Clara 
Brigham of Northfield, Mass., August, 1887. He is clerk in a 
clothing store at North Adams. 

C/u'ld: 
1761 Ruth Brigh.\m, b. June 9, 1891. 

1442 

PRUDENCE D^ GALLUP (/a!ncs\ Bcnadanf Bcnadaui\ 

£enada})i\ Benadavi\ Btnadanf\ JoJin'\ John'), daughter <'t' 

James and Abigail (Spicer) Gallup; born at Groton, C«jnn.. 

June 3, 1824; married Isaac D. Gates, September 24, 1851 ; now 

'jf Mvstic, Conn. 

Children : 

Edmlnd F. Gaiej, b. Oct. 7, 1:52, d. March 14, 1S65. 

Abbie S. " b. Jan. 7, 1S55, rn- Charles R. Stark, May 27. 1-7' 

Childre7i: Abbie G. Stark, b. April 6, 1S74; d. Feb. 2^. 
1S81; Mar>' R. Stark, b. Feb. 15, 1S77; Eleanor Stark, 
b. Sept 24, 1SS2; Charles R. Stark, b. June 29, 1S-5. 

Geneive S. " b. Aug. 12, 1857, m. Charles E. Westcott of Providence, R- 1- 

1444 

HARRIET W'. GALLUP {James\ Bcnadam\ Bcnadam\ 
Benada)n\ Bc)iadai)i\ Benadavi^, Jo/ui^, John'), daughter ui 
James and Abigail (Spicer) Gallup; born at Groton, Cunn., 
August 10, 1835; married George C. Stetson, October 3, iSfS: 
now of Norwich, Conn. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 229 

Chfldre7i : 
Carolina W. Stetson, b. Aug. i, iSsg. 
George C. " b. Nov. 17, 1S60, m. Gertrude E. Wheat, Dec. 24, 

1S90. Chfld • Clinton A. b. Nov. 21, 1S91. 
Edna G. " b. Oct. 29, 1S63, m. James L. Gardner, Dec. 10, 

1SS5. 
Bessie P. " b. March 10, i366, d. Oct. 15, 1S70. 

1446 

MOZART^ GALLUP {Palmer\ Benadain\ Benadavi\ Ben- 
adam'\ Bcnada?n\ Benadaj/i^, Jolui^, Johii'), son of Palmer and 
Desire (Ball) Gallup; born at Agawam, ]>ilass., May 25, 1829; 
was educated at the common schools of his native town and at 
the Connecticut Literary Institution at Sutheld, Conn., and is 
now (1892) President of the Sandusky Tool Company, Sandusky, 
Ohio; married first, Mary Bagg, August 9, 1855; she died July 
^3) 1857; married second, Hannah M. Gilbert, July 29, 1862; 
she died November 28, 1S89. 

Child by First Marriage : 
*i762 Frank Mozart, b. Aug. 7, 1S56, m. Fanny Walker. 
Child by Second Marriage : 
1763 Mary H. b. Nov. 9, 1863. 

1447 

JOHN T^ GALLUP {Palmcr\ Bcnadaiif, BenaJaiii\ Bcn- 
adaui\ Benada})i\ Bciiada)n\ Johii'^ Jo}ui\), son of Palmer and 
Desire (Ball) Gallup; born at Agawam, ]^Iass., March 13, 1S32; 
married Jennie E. Young, November 1, 1858, and is now (1890) 
living at Greenport, Long Island, where he has been engaged 
in the stove and tin business for a number of years. 

Children : 

1764 Edward W. b. April 14, 1862, d. 1S64. 

1765 Frank Sey.molr, b. Sept. 25, 1866; is now in London, England. 

1766 Gr.-vce W. b. May 23, 1868. 

1767 Ray Clifford, 



LIFFORD, ) 

Wells, j twins, b. Sept. 15, 1875. 



1768 Harry 

1448 

AD ALINE Vi\ GALLUP {Palmcr\ Benadain\ Bcnadaui\ 
Beuadam'\ Bciiadam\ Bcnadavi\ /oh/i^, John^), daughter of Pal- 
mer and Desire (Ball) Gallup; born May 6, 1834; married Levi 
Watrous, December 27, 1859. 



230 GENEALOGY OP 

Children : 
Frederick Watrous, b. Sept. 21, 1S60. 
Palmer Gallup " b. Jan. 10, 1S64. 

Clifford Mozart " b. March 23, 1S72. 



1449 

HORTENSE D^ OX\AJ\:V {Paluicr\ Benadam\ Btnadam\ 
Bcnadavi\ Benadam\ Benadavi\ John\ John'), daughter of Pal- 
mer and Desire (Ball) Gallup; born September 29, 1S36; married 
William S. Fish, September 14, 1S56; he died April 10, 1879, in 

Glasgow, Scotland. 

^ Children : 

Charles Palmer Fish, b. Oct. 4. 1S57, d. Jan. 13, 1S92. 

Helen Hortense " b. July 2, 1S61, d. Oct. 19. 1S62. 

William Lolis " b. Dec. 13, 1S65. ., , ,. ■ ., ,• 

J. H.AMiLTON " b. Nov. 14, 1S6S; drowned while bathing m Mystic 

River, July 17. 1S35. 
Edmund Livingstone " b. Feb. 21, 1376, d. Nov. 21, 1874, in Gla.sgoNv, 

Scotland. 
Walter Tower " b. Feb. 21, 1376. 

1450 

LIBBIE W. GALLUP {Paluier\ Benadam\ Bcnadam\ Boi- 
adain\ Benadain\ Bcnadani\ John\ John'), daughter of PaluK-r 
and Desire (Ball) Gallup; born September 9, 1842; marnc. 
Samuel Edgcombe, October 17, 1863. 

Children : 
Fanny May Edccomde, b. Oct. iS, 1S64. m. Mathias W. Baker, Dec. 

21, 1357. Child : M. W. Baker, b. Oct. : ■ 

Lizzie Chapin " b. Nov." 5. 1 366, m. Nathan N. Williams. J.n- 

I, iSgo; he d. Feb. 28, 1S92. 
Martha G.^tes " b. Oct 25, iS63. 

Abbie Hortense " b. March 5. 1873- . 

LoRENA Painter " b. Feb. 17, 1876. 

1453 

ELIZABETH J^ GALLUP (./"/^^.'", Bcnaua!n\ B.iuvdr--_ 
Bcnadaiu-, Ilrnad.tm\ Banadanr. J>hn\ John'), daughter -^ 
John and Roxana ( Fi.Vn i Gallup ; born at Groton, Conn., Jul) 



GALLUP FAMILY. 231 

15, 1841; married Captain John P. Wilbur, August 18, 1S63. 
He was a man of so much prominence as a sea captain as to be 
entitled to a record here. Captain Wilbur was born at Xoank 
(in Groton), Conn., December 10, 1835, and went to sea from 
there when about 10 years of age; at first in fishing vessels, 
winning his way to first mate at an early age. 

In i86r the alarm of war found him in Winsted, Conn. At 
Lincoln's first call he enlisted in Rifle Company D., Captain wS. 
T. Cooke, in Colonel Terry's Regiment. After his return from 
the war Captain Wilbur again went to sea in command of the 
William Mallory, Jr. ; and here he became deeply interested in 
a young passenger, George H. Osborne, who afterwards proved 
to be the sixth earl of Aberdeen, who had left his ancestral 
estates determined to work his way from the forecastle to the 
command of a .ship, and then return home to take his place as a 
peer of the British realm. The father had been prime minister 
of England, and the son, possessing extraordinan,- talent, was 
rapidly approaching his desired position, when, upon his last 
voyage as first mate, he was lost overboard on his way to Mel- 
bourne. Captain Wilbur furnished the first clew his family had 
of his unfortunate death. For this and his fatherly kindness to 
the wandering earl, their gratitude was expressed by inviting 
him to their home (during one of his later voyages) and press- 
ing upon him all the honors of their princely house. This was 
a remarkable episode in Captain Wilbur's life, and brought his 
name before the public, and the Aberdeen family have embod- 
ied a rare tribute of gratitude in their published life of the 
Sixth Earl. 

Captain Wilbur next sailed in the Thomas Dana, and later 
in the Farragut, in which he made a voyage arcjund the world 
via San Francisco and Manila. During the later part of this 
voyage, the public rejoiced in published accounts of a remarka- 
ble work of grace on ship-board. It was his custom to have 
religious services twice every Sunday, and two evenings during 
the week, which he conducted personally, assisted in the even- 
ing ser\'ices by all his christian sailors. 

On his last voyage Captain Wilbur left New York, December 
6, 1877, arriving at Madras, March 22, and at Calcutta, April 10, 
where he died of Asiatic cholera, May 11, aged 42. 



232 GENEALOGY OF 

Children : 

William A. Wileur, b. Aug. 15, 1S64; was graduated from Brown Univer- 
sity, June, iSSS; married Hannah Knapp, daui^^h- 
ter of the Rev. Samuel J. Knapp, Dec. iS, iS5(), 
and is now(iS9i) a teacher of Latin in Colby Acad- 
emy, New London, N. H. 

RoswELL G. " b. 1S86, d. in Calcutta, of Asiatic cholera, March n 
1S75, while wth his parents, on a voyage on the 
Thomas Dana. 



1455 

MARY FISH'^ GALLUP {/o/in\ Benadam\ Beuadain\ Bcn- 

adam", Benada)n\ Btnadani^, Jolin\ Jo/ui^), daughter of John 

and Roxana Fish Gallup; born at Groton, Conn., December 14, 

1844; married William H. Randall, July i, 1874; now of Penr}-n. 

Placer Co., Cal. 

Child: 

William G.vllup Randall, of Santa Cruz, Cal. 

1458 

PALMER"* GALLUP {Bcnadam\ Bcnadam\ Bcnadaiu\ Bcn- 
adairi'\ Benadai)i\ Beiiadaiir, Johii'\ John^) son of Benadam aiiu 
Moselle L. (}>Ioore) Gallup; born at Groton, Conn., M:ircli j >. 
1830; married Kate Seeley, February 12, 1857; lived ac GrL.i: 
Barrington, Mass. ; he died October 14, 1S66. 

Children : 
1769 George Turner, b. Oct. 6, 185S. 
/ 1770 Callie M. S. b. Jan. 20, i860. 

1771 Kate Palmer, b. May 3, 1863. 

1460 

CYNTHIA A^ GALLUP {Benadam\ Benadam\ Benadam\ 
Benadaiiv'^ Benadam"^ Benada}n^ ^ JoJi)i\ John^), daughter of 
Benadam and Moselle L. (Moore) Gallup; born at Groton. 
Conn., January 3, 1834; married Charles E. Chapell, December 
18, i860; noW' of Westchester, Conn. 

Children : 
Wii.i.AKi) Ai :ii IN, b. April 4. iSr,2. 
CiiAKi.i— EiAviN, b. June 23, i>(,i. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 233 

1462 

HENRY M'\ GALLUP {Bc)iadam\ Bcnadam\ Benadaiu\ 
Boiadain'^ Beiiadain\ Beiiadain'^ ^ Johir, Jolui^)^ son of Benadam 
and Moselle L. (Moore) Gallup; born at Groton, Conn.. Novem- 
ber 5, 1837; married Bertha Ehlart, March 11, 1869; lived in 
New York City; died April 2t,, 1880. 

C/u'ldren : 

1772 Palmer, b. Feb. 13, 1S70. 

1773 E.MMA M. b. May 8, 1S72. 

1774 Carl F. b. Aug. 17, 1874. 

1775 Berth.\M. b. Aug. 30, 1S76. 

1776 Harry S. b. July 29, 1S79. 

1468 

HENRY HASKELL' GALLUP {Isaac\ Isaac\ Isaac\ 
Benadam'', Benadam\ Bcnadavi^, Jo/in'^, John''), son of Isaac and 
Maria T. (Davis) Gallup, born at Preston, Conn., June 2, 1846; 
married Irena H. Breed, September 26, 187 1, daughter of 
Edward and Harriet L. (Hebard) Breed. Mr. Gallup is a mer- 
chant in Norwich, and one of the proprietors of the Norwich 

Belt ^lanufacturing Co. 

CJiildren : 

1777 Walter He.nrv, b. April 13, 1673. 
177S Fan.nv Ella, b. Dec. >, rSyo, d. Sept. 26, iS;?. 

1779 Clarence Breed, b. Dec. 25, iSSo, d. June 6, iSSi. 
17S0 Slsie Irena, b. April 17, 1SS4. 

1469 

ELLA ^lARIA' GALLUP {Isaac', Isaac\ Isaac\ Bc?iadam\ 
Benadaiii\ Benadam^, JoJui^, JoJui^), daughter of Isaac and 
Maria T. (Davis) Gallup, bom April 29, 1850; married Avery 
D. Wheeler, November 2, 1870, son of Eleazer and Lucinda 
(Morgan) Wheeler. Live at Norwich, Conn. 

Children : 
Nellie May Wheeler, b. Feb. 4, 1873. 
Lolis Avery " b. Oct. 16, 1877. 

1470 

CHARLES DAVIS' GALLUP (/saac\ Isaac', Isaac", Ben- 
adani^, Benadam", Beiiadaui^, Johii^, John^), son of Isaac and 



234 GENEALOGY OF 

Maria T. (Davis) Gallup, born at Preston, Conn., May i6, 

1857; married Grace R. Aldrich, May 12, 18S0, daughter of 

garrison R. and Mary J. (Rogers) Aldrich. Live at Nonvich, 

Conn. 

CAM: 

1781 Harrv Wall.\ce, b. June S, iSSr. 

1473 

ERASTUS' GALLUP {Ru/us M.\ Riisseir, Isaac\ Bcn- 

adam^, Bc)iadavi\ Benadani^^ Jo/in\ JoJiii^), son of Rufus M. 

and Betsy (Gray) Gallup, born in Ledyard, Conn., July 31, 

1845; married Adelaide A. ^liner, November 20, 1871. Is now 

of Hartford, Conn. 

Childre7i : 

17S2 Betsy M. b. Feb. 2S, 1S74. 

1783 William M. b. Feb. 12, 1S76. 

1784 Fanny A. b. Jan. 15, iSSS. 

1474 

RUSSELL^ GALLUP {Rufus JR% Russell\ Isaac', Bcn- 
adaui", Bcnada))i\ Benadaui^, Johfi'^, fo/in^), son of Rufus M. 
and Betsy (Gray) Gallup, bom in Ledyard, Conn., July 24, 
1851; married Jane Gallup, daughter of Dwight Gallup, 
May 3, 1874. 





Children : 


1785 


Carlton, b. June 25, 1S77 


1786 


Lewis W. b. Aug. iS, 1S79 


I7S7 


Lillian,) .^^ u t..u- .e .oc„ 



• I787>^ M.\rian ) ^ J J ' J 

1788 Everett, b. April 7, 1S91. 

1565 

WINNIE' GALLUP {Louis\ Alfred\ Henry\ Henry', 
BenadaJH*, Benadavi^, John'', John^), daughter of Louis A. and 
Ellen Gallup, born in Brooklyn, N. Y., October 9, 1S67; 
married Hilton C. Brooks, in Riverton, Conn., October 16, 18S7. 

Childreti : 

Louis M. Brooks, b. in Chester, Conn., Feb. 7, iSSg. 

Margokie CiiRisTOhEL " b. " " June 12, iS'^i. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 23^ 



TENTH GENERATIOX. 



1682 

JOHN W.'" GALLUP {Ezra\ Daniel^ JoJin\ Kathan\ 
JoJin\ JoJin\ John\ JoJin\ John'), son of Ezra and Olive 
(Knight) Gallup, born at Griswold, Conn., July 6, 1S67: 
married Ida May Burton, October i, 1SS9, who was born in 
Ellenburg, X. Y., attended school at Plainfield Academy, and 
is now living- at Danielsonville, Conn. 

1690 

CYRUS P.'" GALLUP {Ethan', JosJina\ Joshua' , Saniud\ 

Nathaniel', Nathaniel', John\ John\ John'), son of Ethan 

and Marrilla ( Lamorie ) Gallup, born December 25, 1841; 

married Susan Northrop, October 25, 1865, who was bom 

December 20, 1844. 

Children : 

1789 Augusta, b. Oct. 7, 1867, d. Oct. iS, 1S67. 

1790 M.ARV M. b. Jan. 19, 1869, d. Oct. 15, 1878. 

1791 Anna M. b. March 5, 1872, d. Nov. 30, 1878. 

1792 Jessie, ) . , ,, , . d. Nov. i. 1S7S. 
-^ ■' Hwiui, b. March i, 1574. 



1793 Jav, 

1794 Clara B. b. July 6, 1S80. 

1795 Em.ma, b. Sept. 26, 1884. d. Sept. 15, 1S85. 

1691 

EGBERT Yi:' QAl.l.^JV {Ethan\ Joshna\ Joshua\ Saniud\ 
Nathaniel', Nathaniel', John\ Johrf, John'), son of Ethan and 
Marrilla (Lamorie) Gallup, born at Greig, N. Y., February 22, 
1845; married Mary Coon, June 24, 1S73, who was born 
August 6, 1855, at Tunkhannock, Pa. 



236 GENEALOGY OF 

Cluldren : 

1796 Ethan S. b. June 13, 1S74. at Greig, X. Y., d. Douglas, Kan.. 

Oct. 17, 1S75. 

1797 Abby, ) ^^^..^^^^ ^ Q^j._ ^^_ 1 3 -6 at Rock Creek, Kan. 

I79S IZZIE, ) 

1799 Charles L. b. Feb. 29, iSSo, at Greig, X. Y. 

iSoo Fred. E. b. Jan. 4, 1SS6, at Oneida, X. Y. 

iSoi Dora E. b. Feb. 26, iSSS, d. at Grahamville, Fla., July 12, 1S39. 

1S02 Ezra H. b. Aug. 13, 1S90, d. at Thayer, Mo., Oct. 12, 1S90. 

1692 

JAMES E." GALLUP {Ethan\ Josliua\ Joshiia\ Sam/u-/\ 
XatJia)iiel\ Nat}ianicl\ /ohit\ John\ Jolai'), son of Ethan and 
Manilla (Lamorie) GALLUP, born December 22, 1S46; 
married Man- E. Northrop, Aug-ust 23, 1871, who was bom 
October 25, 1S52, died June 21, 18S9. 

Childreti : 
1S03 Alson J. b. May 17, 1S73. 
1804 Silas L. b. May S, 1S75, d. March i, 1S79. 
1S05 Bertha M. b. Xov. 11, 1878. 

1696 

CARRIE L'^ GALLUP {Mordecai\ Joshua\ Joshua\ Sam- 
{el\ Nathaniel\ NatJianicl\ /ohii\ Johii\ John'), daughter 
of Mordecai and Christina (Sand) Gallup; born February' 11, 
i860; married Addis F. Johnson, June 6, 1881 ; he was bom 
September 22, 1S57. 

Children : 
LlsLIe B. Johnson, b. Sept. 19, 1885. 
Cecil M. " b. Jan. 13, 1882, d. June 9, 1884. 

■ Mordecai G. " b. July i, 1S87. 

E. Madge " b. July 6, 1890. 

1697 

LUCY ESTHER'^ GALLUP {MordecaP Joshna\ Joshua\ 
SajHuel"^ Nathanicl'\ XatJianiel\ John^, Jolui^^ John'), daugh- 
ter of Mordecai and Christina (Sand) Gallup; born September 
6, 1861; married Fred. A. Case, November 17, 1881; he was 
born August 15, 1857. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 237 



Childre7i : 




Blanxhe Case, b. Sept. 30, 1SS2. 




Floyd G. " b. July i, 1SS4. 




Clifford M. " b. Oct. 24, 1SS6, d. Aug. 5, 


1SS9. 



Lyle F. " b. March 30, iSSg. 



1702 



WILLIAM MORGAN'" GALLUP {£/u7s% Samuel H.\ Josh- 
ua' , Saniuel", Xathatuel", Xatlia)iicl\ Jolin^, Joluv^ /o/in^), son of 
Elias and Elizabeth (Allen) Gallup; born October 20, 1S48, at 
Greenbush, N. Y. ; married Eximena H. Balliett, October 30, 
187 1, daughter of John and Hannah Balliett, at Sycamore, 111. ; 
she was bom July 26, 1849, at Riley, 111. ; he is in the railway 
service at Marshalltown, Iowa. 

C/itldren : 

1S06 Charles E. b. at Cedar Falls, Iowa, Jan. 29, 1S74. 

1807 Frank J. b. at Milford, " July 22, 1S78. 

iSoS Eugene, b. at Boone, " Oct. 31, iSSo. 

1S09 Gertrude M. b. " " April 14, 1S82. 



1703 

ALTA E"'. GALLVP {E//as\ Samuel H.\ fos/iiuf, Saiiuu-f', 
Xat/ianui'\ Xat/ia)iui\ Jo'nr, John", JcJui'), dau;4hLer of Elia- 
and Elizabeth (Allen) Gallup; born November 29. 1S53. a: 
Greenbush, N. Y. ; married Frank \V. AVyman of Sycamore. 
Ill, May 13, 1874. 

CJiildren : 
Albert F. Wvman, b. Xov. 21, i3-5, at Sycamore, 111. 
Elizabeth S. " b. June 16, 1SS2, 
Fred. M. •' b. July 5, 1S90, " '* 



1705 

ELIZABETH'" GALLUP {Giles\ Samuel H.\ Joshna\ 

Samih-r\ Xathi-Diii-r, X'U'/a/iu'I\ John''. JoJui^, John''), daui^'-hter 
(^f Giles and Orpha (Seeor) Gallup; born Decemljcr i, 1844; 
married Cornelius F. Secor, September 22, i860. 



I 238 GENEALOGY OF 

j Children : 

! Henry A. Secor. 

t Frank: 

i Elias " 

Olive " 

I Alma " 

I " Laura " 

j Jilt A 

i Edna 

I Bessie " 

1706 

ELIAS M.'" GALLVF {Gi7es\ Samuel H.\ Joshua\ Sim- 
iteT, NathanicT, Xathanicl*, John'', Jo/ur, John'), son of Giles 
and Orpha (Secor) Gallup: born May 6, 1848; married Emeline 
Devoe, Janiiar}- 12, 1870. 

Children : 
; iSio Sarah V. 

j 181 1 Robert F. 

• 1S12 Orpha S. 

I 1813 Alta M. 

1707 

i ISAAC" GALLUP ((7//f-f', Samuel H.\ Joshua\ Samuel\ 

j Nathaiiiel\ Nathaniel^, JoJitf, JoJui^, John'), son of Giles and 

Orpha (Secor) Gallup; bom March 20, 1850; married Lydia A. 
Secor, March 27, 1869. 

Children : 
1S14 Orpha Secor. 
i 1S15 Giles Secor. 

1816 Lena. 
I 1817 Eugene N. 

i 1818 Ida. 

j 1S19 Elias. 



1708 

SPENCER" GALLUP {Giles\ Samuel H.\ Joshna\ Samuel', 
Nat]ianiel'\ Xathaniel\ John", Jolui^, JoJin'), son of Giles anc: 
Orpha (Secor) Gallup; born April 5, 1S55; married Anna M. 
Becker. 



^ GALLUP F.UIILY. 239 

Children : 

1820 Alma. 

1521 Elwoiid. 

1522 Samuel B. 

1523 Anna. 

1715 

ALBERT D'". Q,WA.'\ZV {XatJianid D.\ Nathanid\ Natlian- 
iel\ Samuel^, NathanicV', Xathanid\ JoJni^^ Jolui', Jo/ni^), son 
of Nathaniel and Polly (Strevell) Gallup; bom at East Berne, 
Albany Co. , N. Y., October 21, 1846; married Anna D. Vroman, 
August 12, 1876. 

Children : 

1824 N.\THANiEL D. b. May 20, 1S77. 

1825 Albert S. b. March 3, 1SS5. 

1826 Blanche, b. March 20, i8S3. 

1716 

Dr. MINER W. <^MA^:V {Nathanid D.\ XatJumid\ Na- 
t/ianieV, Sainuer, Xathaniel\ Nathanid\ /o/ui^, JoJin\ John^), 
son of Nathaniel and Polly (Strevell) Gallup; born at East 
Berne. Albany Co., N. Y., }vlarch 20, 1S50; married Gertrude 
Jrcobus, December 20, 1S76. 

Chi/d: 
1827 Miner W. b. April 10, 18S5. 

1762 

FRANK MOZART'^ GALLUP {Mo=art\ Palmer\ Ben- 
adain\ Beiiadaiii', Benadain^, Benada))i\ BcnadaDi^ , Jolui^, Jo/i)i'), 
son of Mozart and Mary (Bag-g) Gallup; bom August 7, 1856; 
married Fanny Walker, June 19, 1884, and is now (1892) Secre- 
tary and Treasurer of the Sandusky Tool Company, Sandusky, 

Ohio. 

Children : 

1528 Perry M. b. April 24, 1885. 

1529 Alden, b. Oct 29, 1890. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 241 



OTHER KAMILIES OF 

GALLUPS. 



A branch of the Galhip family has been found in the 
northern part of Vermont, who have not as yet been able 
to trace their ancestry back to the original stock. It is how- 
ever probable, that they are descendants of the family frotn 
Groton, Conn. There is a tradition that William and Oliver 
Gallup, sons of Joseph and Eunice (Williams) Gallup, in the 
Fourth Generation, removed to Vermont before the Revolution- 
ary War. The Joseph Gallup mentioned below is probably 
descended from one of these brothers. 



JOSEPH GALLUP, born in 1772. The first record of him 
is at Pownal, Vt. , where he married Polly Bennett, a daughter 
of Elder Bennett. He then went to Cambridge, in the northern 
part of Vermont, where he bought thirty acres of woodland, 
cleared up a portion of the land, built a log house, and went 
back to Pownal for his wife. They started for Cambridge on 
horseback, there being but few roads at that time in that 
part of the state, and a portion of the way only bridle paths 
and marked trees. There they raised a family of eleven children. 
At his death they owned 500 acres of land, well stocked and 
with good buildings. He died June 2, 1854, aged 82; his wife 
died June 27, 1864, aged 84. 

Children : 

1 Clarissa, m. Ira Wallace, removed to Cleveland, Ohio; lived and 

died there. 

2 Betsy, m. Asa Putnam, lived in Cambridi^e, 

16 



242 GENEALOGY OF 

3 Sylvia, m. Luther Baker, lived in Cambridge. 

4 Joseph B. m. first, Clara Huntley ; m. second, .N[ary Woodbridge. 
*5 Alden. 

6 Francis, m. Harriet Larabee; they had six children, names unk nown 
*7 Alanson. 

5 Samuel C. d. aged i6. 

9 Elmer, m. Betsy Edwards, lives in Enosburg, Vt. ; they had several 
children. 
*io Charles. 
II Polly, m. Famsworth, lived in Colchester, Vt. 



I ^ 

i ALDEN GALLUP, son of Joseph and Polly (Bennett) 

I" Gallup, bom at Cambridge, Vt. , November 13, 1806; married 
' Mary Shaw, lived in Morristown, Vt. , and died there in 1886. 

Childre7i : 
12 Juliette, b. Dec. 7, 1S30. 
*i3 Julius C. b. March 11, 1S33. 
j 14 Sarah, b. May 16, 1831. 

j 15 RuFus, b. March 27, 1S39. 

I 16 Amelia, b. Nov. 11, 1841. 

i 17 Emerei^te, b. Aug. 23, 1S46, d. Nov. g, 1S67. 

I ALANSON GALLUP, son of Joseph and Polly (Bennett) 

' Gallup, born at Cambridg-e, Vt. ; married first, Sophia Larabee : 

j married second, Nancy Hodgman, lived at Plainfield, Vt. ; he 

\y died May 27, 1892. 

Children by First Marriage : 

iS Ellen, m. Martin Lyford, lives in Woodbury, Vt. 

19 Meuora, m. Ira Holmes, lives in Worcester, Vt. 
Children by Second Marriage : 
j 20 M.A.RIA, m. William Lane, lives in Easton, N. H. 

t , -21 AuRiLLA, m. Oscar Perr>'. Children: Windsor S. Perry, b. July. 

[ 1S69; May Perry, b. 1875, d. Jan. 21, 1889. 

I *22 HOYT. 

! . 10 

CHARLES GALLUP, son of Joseph and Polly (Bennett) 
Gallup, born at Cambridge, \'t., in 1823; married Grace 
Edwards, and lived in Cambridge, lie died February 26, 1871. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 243 

Cluldren : 
23 Mary E. m. Ed-wnn R. Powell, live in Burlington, Vt. 
*24 Charles A. 

25 Fannie E. m. Rosco Fuller. 

26 AsENATH D. d. 1SS4. 

27 Grace A. d. 18S2. 

28 Smith, m. and lives on old homestead. 

29 Clara I. 

30 Hattie B. 

13 

JULIUS C. GALLUP {A/c/ai, foseph), son of Alden and 
Mary (Shaw) Gallup, born in Essex, Vt., March 11, 1833; 
married on March 7, 1854, and now lives in Morrisville, Vt. 

Children : 

31 Mason D. b. in Underbill, Vt, Jan. 30, 1859. 

32 Elmer A. b. " " Sept. i, 1863. 

33 MiLo J. b. in Waterbur^', Vt. 

2.2. 

HOYT GALLUP {Aianson, Joseph), son of Alanson and 
Nancy (Hodgman) Gallup; born at Plainfield, Vt. ; married Liz- 
zie Glidden ; lives in Plainfield ; is a farmer. 

Children : 

34 Myrtie, b. Sept. 19, 18S2. 

35 Charles H. b. July 4, 18S5. 

36 Harry M. b. April 30, 1S89. 

24 

CHARLES A. GALLUP {^Charles. Joseph), son of Cr.:irle< 
and Grace (Edwards) Gallup; born at Cambridg-e, Vt., July 9, 
1848; married Jennette B. Welch, January 13, 1875; she was 
the daughter of Lyman Welch of Pownal, Vt. ; removed to 
Pownal, the home of his grandfather, where he is now living. 

Children : 

37 Walter L. b. Feb. 14, 1S76, d. Jan. 4, 18S9. 

38 C. Foster, b. Feb. 20, 1877. 

39 Clarence E. b. March 3, 1875. 

40 Jl'lia M. b. Aug. 19, iSSo. 

41 Gr.\ck G. b. July 29, 1SS2. 

42 ScsAN \). b. Aug. 25, 1S85. 

43 Genevik'.e, b. Xov. 13, iSSO. 



244 GENEALOGY OF 

A family of Gallups have been found in western New York, 
near Syracuse, who came from Somersetshire, England, at a 
later period, and are not the descendants of John Gallup, the 
pioneer, but are probably of the same family. 

Burke's " History of the Landed Gentry," mentions Thomas 
Gollop, Esq., of Candlemarsh, ancestor of the Gollop's of that 
place, and of Strete, County Somerset. 

The first of this family of whom there is a record, Geori^e 
Gallup, born in Ubley, Somersetshire, England, in 1833, and 
died at Marcellus, N. Y., 1S82. His father was born in Somer- 
setshire about 1788, and was married to Betsy Parker about 
1 8 10. George Gallup came to this country, and married Marv 
Clements in 1856, who died 1S84. They lived at ]\Iarcellus, X. 
Y., where their children were all bom. 

Children : 
WiLLi.\M H. b. 1S53, a lawyer in Syracuse, N. Y. 
Fr.\nk E. b. 1S60, a teasel merchant. 
J. HoYT, b. 1S64, a farmer. 
Cl.\ra a. b. 1371. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 245 



APPENDIX. 



FIRST XAYAL ACTION FOUGHT L\ THIS COUNTRY. 



Deposition of John Gallup, Jr., to Governor Winthrop. 
The Colony was much disturbed by Indians, and they were 
unable to determine to what tribe they belonged; this deposi- 
tion determined the tribe and was the inauguration of the 
famous Pequot War of 1637. 

"And most fully by old John Gallup, whose eldest son, John Gallup (who 
since was one of the Connecticut Captains and slain at the tight at Narra- 
ganset Fort, December 19, 1675), informed me of that matter as followeth: 

That his father with himself and another of his brethren (pnjbably Xat. ), 
a lusty young man also, and a strong, stout fellow, who was his father's ser- 
vant, sayelinge to-wards Block Island, to trade thereabouts, not knowing of 
any mischief done by those Indians. 

As they drew neere to the Island they espied a vessel making niY from 
the shore, but by they'r contrary handling of they'r sails, they supposed that 
they were Indians, which had taken sorne English vessel and made towards 
them; and then perceiving it to be so, shot at them three or four voUies, as 
they sometimes came neare the villains, aud then cleared off again to make 
ready, and so after a third or fourth charge upon the Indians, all those 
Indians got into the hold, but old John Gallop coming with his vessell close 
by the other side, espied a skein* hang down, and resolved to hale downe 
that, and take it with them to catch Basse withal and then perceived a dead 
body under it, with the head cut off; he got up into the vessel, bidding his 
two sons follow him, and stand by him with their guns ready charged, 
which they did ; and he taking the bloody head and washing it, knew it to 
be Mr. Oldham's, and said; 

"Ah! Brother Oldham, is it thee? I am resolved to avenge thy blood;" 
and taking his dagger to the scuttle hole in which the Indians were guoyd, 
a^, thick as tliey could -tivi. head 'o_\- head, uiul he jobil his dag'/L-r very 
often with all his strength upon them, and then laslu lliat ve>->ci to in.-, 
vessel, hoping to tow them along with them. Upon which one Indian first 
♦.Set 



246 GEXEALOGV OF 

got out and beg'd quarter for his life, and he would tell how many were in 
the hold, and who they were, and what they had done; they granted him 
that quarter, and took and bound him, and put him down into they'r hold: 
presently after, another, a very proper fellow, got out and got to them, and 
desired like quarter for himself; but they considering if they spared and 
bound him also, in they'r hold, they might in the night unbind each other 
and do them mischief, being but four persons, and much tyred, whereupon, 
without further debate, they chopt off his head, and heaved his carca>s 
overboard; upon which the other Indian confessed to them that He was 
they'r sachem whom they had killed, a-nd that it was he who stirred tiie 
Block Islanders to take that English vessel and cramb* the men in it. Now 
the wind waxing higher and contrary, they could not tow the other vessel 
any farther, cut they'r rope and let her drive, and hasted to Saybrook fort 
with the captive Indian to give them full information what sort of Indians 
they were who murthered the English ; whereupon that just war was 
commenced against the bloody Pequots and they'r associates." 

T. Cobbett's narrative of the deliverance of the Colony's from Indians. 

New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. vii, p. 211. 



From Drake's History of Boston, page 198. 

"Captain John Gallop, an intrepid mariner of Boston, Mass., being upon 
a trading expedition, put into Block Island to traffic with the natives. He 
had with him his son John, and another son not mentioned by name, and a 
servant, who is described as a strong, stout fellow. As they approached the 
Island they discovered a vessel making off from the shore under su.spicious 
circumstances, for those on board of it managed the sail in an awkwar'i 
manner. Immediately after they saw that it was full of Indians. Th'.iu^h 
his men numbered but four, including himself, Captain Gallop determine' 
to capture the piratical vessel as he now conceived her to be such. He 
therefore fired upon her as soon as he was near enough, and then stood oil 
to ascertain what effect his tire had upon the pirates; for owing to their 
numbers he was afraid to board them at once as they stood ready armed 
with guns, pikes and swords. To attempt their capture under these cir- 
cumstances was certainly desperate ; but Gallop had the advantage of being 
able to manoeuvTe his vessel, while his enemies were such sorry sailors that 
they appear to have had little or no control over their craft. Gallop there- 
fore having drawn off to a fair distance made all sail with the prow of his 
vessel aimed directly against the quarter of the enemy. There being a 
good breeze he striick her with such force that she was almost overset by 
the collision, and this so frightened the Indians that six of them jumped 
into the sea and were drowned. Yet the English Captain did not care to 
board her but stood off to prepare for another broadside of the same kind. 
His success increased. The next time he drove the fluke of his anchor 
through the bows of the pirate and remained fastened to her. In the mean- 
time he raked her fore and oft with his small shot till every Indian had hid 
* Kill. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 247 

himself below. The Englishman might now have boarded her, but the 
Captain concluded to continue his successful broadsides as his anchor had 
broken its hold and he was drifting away from his antagonist. As soon as 
the Indians saw him hauling off, four or five more of them leaped overboard 
and were drowned. Seeing this Gallup came alongside and boarded them. 
The Indians by this time, if not before, being satisfied that all was lost, one 
came out of the hold and surrendered, and being bound was put into the 
hold. Then another came up and he was bound likewise ; but not daring to 
put him into the hold with the other, fearing one might unloose the other, 
they threw him bound into the sea. There were two still left in the hold, 
and these defended themselves so bravely with swords that Gallup resolved 
to secure them there and to sail away with his prize. He therefore made 
her fast to his own vessel and proceeded on with her in tow, but in the night 
the \\-ind came on to blow and he was forced to cut her adrift, and thus he 
lost her. He soon after arrived at Saybrook with the Indian captive and in 
due time returned with him to Boston. When Captain Gallup got posses- 
sion of the enemy's vessel he found the body of Captain Oldham yet warm, 
and though the head was dissevered and disfigured he knew him well, and 
exclaimed: "Oh brother Oldham, is it thee ? I am resolved to avenge thy 
death." Thus being sure that he had engaged the murderers of his friend 
his naturally strong arm was doubly nerved by the justice of his cause. 



COMMISSION 

Of Governor Tallcott, of Connecticut, to Captain John Gallup 

of Voluntown. 

JosKi'H T.\LLcoTT, E:5m., Govemor and Commander-in-Chief of His Majesty's 
Colony of Connecticut, in Xew England. 

To John Gallup, Gent., Greeting: You being by the General Assembly of 
this Colony accepted to be Captain of the company or train-band in the 
Town of Voluntown, reposing special trust and confidence in your loy- 
alty, courage and good conduct, I do by virtue of the Letters Patent 
from the Crown of England to this Corporation, me thereunto enabling, 
appoint and impower you to take the said train-band into your care and 
charge as their captain, carefully and diligently to discharge that trust, 
exercising your inferior officers and soldiers in the use of their arms, 
according to the discipline of war; keeping them in good order and gov- 
ernment, and commanding them to obey you as their captain for His 
Majesty's service. And you are to observe all such orders and directions 
as from time to time you shall receive, either from me or from other of 
your superior officers, pursuant to the trust hereby reposed in you. 

Given under my hand and the seal of this Colony, in Hartford, the 24th day 
of June in the twelfth year of the reign of our Sovereign, Lord George, 
King of Great Britain, Sec, Annoque Dornini, 1726. 

By His Honor's Command, J. Tallcott. 

Hez. WvLLVb, Secretary. 



248 GENEALOGY OF 

This document of Orders was found among- the papers left by 

Colonel Benadam Gallup and Colonel Nathan 

Gallup and \vas probably issued 

to one of them. 

ORDERS. 

To Cm-tain Gai.i.op: By Phinehas Lyman, Esq., General and Colonel of 
the troops raised by the Colony of Connecticut to act in conjunction 
with His Majesty's regular troops under the command of HLs E.xcellency 
the Earl of Loudoun, the ensuing campaign: 

That the two companys quartered by the River mount a guard, to consist 
of one subaltern, two Serjeants, two corporals, one drum and forty private 
men. to keep, and ten sentries to be relieved everj- two hours. 

That the two companies quartered at or near Hogaboom do the same. 

That Captain Putnam's company mount a guard, to consist of one Ser- 
jeant, one corporal and twenty men, to keep out five sentries, to be relieved 
as above. 

All the guards to be relieved at the beat of the troop at 9 o'clock a. m- 
That the drums all beat the revallie at half after 4 (/clock in the morn- 
ing, and every company to turn out immediately and parade on the place of 
rendezvous where the ofhcers are to meet em. and call em over and see that 
the men are all clean and well-dressed, and to note every defect, and that 
ever\' man dress clean and neat when on duty. 

That the commanding ot^cers of each company see that their men are 
exercised from 10 to 12 o'clock a. .\r., and from 4 to 6 v. m., and the places "i 
parade are kept clean and neat. 

That the drums beat the tattoo at 7 o'clock at night, and every company 
to turn out on the parade, the officers to meet em and call em over, and as 
soon as dismist every man to return to his quarters and not to be absent 
without leave, and t(j keep still and to behave orderly. 

That no officer or soldier go out of town without leave from the com- 
manding officer. That the officers take care to be punctual to the e.xact 
time of performing ever\' order and to see that the soldiers do the same. 
and by no means to get into a loose way of doing duty. 

That a return be made this day of every company arrived at Claverack. 

That for ever>' breach of order the offender be confined and a report 
thereof to be made by the officer of the guard as soon as relieved. 

Given under my hand at Fonda, in Claverack, this 2d day of May, i7?7- 

: P. Ly.MA.N. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 



249 



COMMISSION 

Of Governor Trumbull, of Connecticut, to Lieutenant-Colonel 
Benadam Gallup of Groton, Conn. 

Jonathan Trlmhull. Esquire, Captain-General, and Commander-in-Chief 
of the State of Connecticut, in America. 

To Benadam Gall-^p, Esq., greeting: You being by the General Assembly of 
this State appointed to be Lieutenant Colonel of a Regiment now 
ordered to be raised in this Colony, and to join the Continental Army, 
reposing especial trust and conhdence in your fidelity, courage and 
good conduct, I do, by virtue of the laws of this State, me thereunto 
enabling, appoint and impower you, the said Benadam Gallop, to be 
Lieutenant-Colonel; you are therefore carefully and diligently to dis- 
charge the duty of a Lieutenant-Colonel in leading, ordering and exer- 
cising said regiment in arms, both inferior officers and soldiers, m the 
ser%-ice aforesaid, and to keep them in good order and discipline, 
hereby commanding them to obey you as their Lieutenant-Colonel, and 
yourself to observe and follow such orders and instructions, as you 
.shall from time to time receive from me, or the Commander-in-Chief of 
said State, for the time being, or other your superior officer, according 
to the rules and discipline of war. ordained and established by the Con- 
tinental Congress, pursuant to the trust hereby reposed in you. 
Given under my hand, and the public seal of said State, at Hartford, the 2d 
day of December, Anno Domini. 1776. 



Jonathan Trumuill. 



By His Honor's Command, 

Geokce Wvllvs, Secrete ry. 



COMMISSION 

Of Governor Trumbull, of Connecticut, to Lieutenant-Colonel 
Nathan Gallop of Groton, Conn. 

Jonathan TRrMHULL, Esquire, Governor, Captain-General, and Commander- 
in-Chief of the State of Connecticut, 

To Nathan Gallop. Es.^, greeting; You being by the General Assembly 
of the State of Connecticut appointed to be Lieutenant-Colonel of a Bat- 
talion now ordered to be raised for defense of this, and the United 
States of America. Reposing especial trust and confidence in your 
fidelity, courage and good conduct, I do by virtue of the laws ot this 
State, me thereunto enabling, appoint and impower you. the said 
Nathan Gallop, to be Lieutenant-Colonel of said Battalion. You are 
therefore carefullv and diligently to discharge the duty of a Lieutenant- 
Colonel in leading, ordering and exercising said Battalion in arms, both 
inferior officers and soldiers, in the service aforesaid, and to keep th..m 
in good order and discipline, hereby commanding them to obey you as 



250 GENEALOGY OF 

their Lieutenant-Colonel, and yourself to obser\-e and follow such orders 
and instructions as you shall from time to time receive from me, or the 
Commander-in-Chief of said State, for the time being, or other your 
superior otTicer, according to the rules and discipline of war, pursuant 
to the trust hereby reposed in you. 
Given under my hand and seal at arms, in Lebanon, the loth day of March, 
Anno Domini, 1778. 

Jonathan Trumblll. 
George Wvllvs, Secretary. 



COMMISSION 

Of Governor Trumbull, of Connecticut, to Colonel Nathan 
Gallup of Groton, Conn. 

Jonathan Trumkl-ll, Esquire, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the 
State of Connecticut, in America. 

To Nathan Gallop, Esq.. greeting: Whereas, you are appointed by the 
General Assembly of said State to be Colonel of the Twenty-seventh 
Regiment of foot, in said State, reposing special trust and contidencv 
in your fidelity, courage, care and good conduct, I do by virtue of the 
laws of this State, constitute and appoint you to be Colonel of said 
Regiment; you are therefore to take said Regiment into your care and 
charge, as their Colonel, and carefully and diligently to discharge that 
care and trust in ordering and exercising them, both officers and soldier-^. 
in arms, according to the rules and discipline of war, keeping them in 
good order and government, and commanding them to obey you as 
their Colonel, for the service of this State; and they are commanded to 
obey you accordingly. And you are to conduct and lead forth the said 
Regiment, or such part of them, as you shall from time to time, receive 
orders from me, or from the Governor of this State, f'^r the time bein^:. 
to encounter, repel, pursue and destr-iy, by t'lrce of arms, and by all 
fitting ways and means, all the enemies of this State, who shall at any 
time hereafter in a hostile manner attempt or enterprise the invasion, 
detriment or annoyance of this State ; and you are to observe and obey 
such orders and instructions as from time to time vou shall receive from 
me, or other your superior officers, pursuant to the trust hereby reposed 
in you and the laws of this State. 

Given under my hand and the seal of this State, at Hartford, this 29th day 
of February, Anno Domini, 1780. 

Jonathan Trumblll. 

By His Excellency's Command, 
George Wvllvs, Secretary. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 251 



MEN WHO MARCHED FROM CONNECTICUT FOR 
THE RELIEF OF BOSTON IN THE LEXING- 
TON ALARM, APRIL, 1775. 

FROM VOLUXTOWN. 

Daniel Gallup, private, 18 days in service. 

"William Gallup, sergeant, 7 days in service. 

John Gallup, corporal, Plainfield; 7 days in service. 

David Gallup, entered service September 7, 1776, dischar<:,'-ed 
October 12, 1776; private in Lieut. Dan. Clark's Companv, 
Twenty-first Regiment of ^lilitia at New York in 1776. 

Prentice Gallup of Killingworth, private in Captain Stevens' 
Company, enlisted April 4, 1777; served three years in the 
Seventh Regiment; Heman Swift, Colonel. This Regiment 
went into the field in the spring of 1777, at Camp Peekskill, 
N. Y., and in September was ordered under General ]\IcDou- 
gall to join Washington's army in Pennsylvania. Fought at 
Germantown, October 4, 1777, and suffered some loss. Win- 
tered at Valley Forge, 1777-78, and on June following was pres- 
ent at the battle of Monmouth; encamped during the summer 
at White Plains, N. Y. , and was engaged in the Storming of 
Stony Point. July 15, 1779. 

Thomas Gallup of Manstield; private in Captain Shumwa\-"s 
Company; enlisted April 20. 1777; served three years in tJie 
First Connecticut Regiment, Jedediah Huntington of Norwich, 
Colonel; engaged at the battle of Germantown, October 4; also 
at the battle of Monmouth, June 28, 1778; also at the storm- 
ing of Stony Point, July 15, 1779. 

Amos Gallup, Lieutenant in Captain Prentice's Company in 
a Provisional Regiment, raised in 1781; ordered by the General 
Assembly to be in readiness to march at the shortest notice in 
case His Excellency, George Wa.shington, shall call for them ; 
he entered September 28, 1782; was discharged November 27, 
1782. 

Ezra Gallup, enlisted September 26, 1782; discharged No- 
vember 24, 1782. 



•2.52 GE^^:ALOGY of 

Levi Gallup, enlisted November 7, 1782; discharged January 
5, 17S3. Thev also belonged to Captain Prentice's Company. 
Thev also served two days in Captain William Stanton's Co. 

Fisher Gav of Farmington, Colonel ; Benadam. Gallup of 
Groton. Major: be declined the appointment, but served with 
the militia. Second Battalion. Wadsworth's Brigade, raised 
June, 1776. Served at the Brooklyn front during the battle of 
Long Island, August 27, 1776; in the retreat to New York. 
August 29 and 30: in the retreat from New York City, Septem- 
ber 15, 1776. with main army at "White Plains; time expired, 
December 25, 1776. 

Sixth Conecricut Regiment, Samuel Holden Parsons, of New- 
London, Colonel commanding. In the Tenth Company of this 
Regiment Abel Spicer of Groton was Captain ; Isaac Gallup, 
First Lieutenani. (of Groton), enlisted May i, 1775; dicharged 
December i8. 1775; re-entered service 1776. Among the pri- 
vates in this company were George Gallup, enlisted May 9, 
1775, discharged August 19, 1775; Joseph Gallup, enlisted May 

8, 1775, discharged December 18, 1775; Ebenezer Gallup, May 

9, 1775, discharged December 17, 1775; Nehemiah Gallup, 
enlisted 'Slay 9. 1775, discharged December iS, 1775. This 
Regiment was raised on the first call for troops in April and 
Mav. 1775; recr-iited from New London, Hartford and present 
Micdlc:-ex cour.::-.--. Two com-oanies, including Captain Coit's, 
marched at or.^c to Boston. Captain }.Iott's Company was 
ordered to the Northern Department. The other c'.>mpanie> 
remained on duty at New London until June 17, when tiit>' 
were ordered by the Governor's Council to the Boston camps. 
There the Regiment took part at Roxbury in General Spencer V 
Brigade, and remained tmtil the expiration of the term of ser- 
vice, December 10, 1775; afterwards adopted as Continental. 
Regiment re-organized under Colonel Parsons, for service in 
1776. 

Eighth Connecticut Regiment (militia) at New York, 1776, 
Captain Morgan's Company. Jesse Gallup, corporal, entered 
service September 8, 1776, discharged November 17, 1776: 
Ebenezer Gallup, private, entered service September 8, 177^- 
discharged November 17, 1776; Nehemiah Gallup, private, 
entered service Sept. 8, 1776, discharged Nov. 17, 1776. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 25 o 

Eighth Ren^iment, Captain Joseph Gallup's Company. He 
enlisted September S, 1776, discharged November 17, 1776; 
Gardiner Gallup, fifer, entered Septembers, 1776, discharged 
November 17, 1776; John Gallup, private, entered Septembers, 
1776, discharged November 9, 1776; Nehemiah Gallup, private, 
entered September 8, 1776, discharged November 17, 1776. 

In Captain William Latham's Artillery Company, Nehemiah 
Gallup, sergeant, entered March 6, 1781, discharged March 6, 
1782; Andrew Gallop Matross, entered March 23, 17S1, dis- 
charged March 23, 1782; Robert Gallup Matross, entered March 
23, 1781, discharged March 23, 1782. 

In Arnold's attack on Fort Griswold, September 6, 1781, 
Andrew Gallup was wounded in the hip and Robert Gallup was 
wounded in the body. 

The following appropriations were made by the State to the 
Groton sufferers : 

Andrew Gallup, ^14 Ss. 

Robert Gallup, ^11 6s. 6d. 

Henr}^ Gallup, Jr., private in Captain John William's Com- 
pany; a company of detached militia to serve under the com- 
mand of Lieutenant-Colonel Nathan Gallup, stationed at Fort 
Griswold (Groton), July 11, 1779. 

Isaac Gallup of Gr(jt<)n was Captain in Colonel Samuel Hol- 
den Parsons' Regiment, 1776. 

Tenth Continental, Colonel Parsons' Regiment, of 1775; re- 
organized for service in the Continental Army in 1776. Aftei 
the siege of Boston, it marched under Washington to New York 
(by way of New London and the S(jund in vessels), and con- 
tinued in that vicinity from April to the close of the year. 
Assisted in fortifying the city; ordered August 24 to the lines 
around Brooklyn; engaged in battle of Long Island, August 
27, and in retreat from Long Island on night of August 29; 
caught in the panic in retreat from New York, September 15; 
present with the army at White Plains, October 28 ; remained 
on the Hudson, in the vicinity of Peekskill, under (icncral 
Heath, until term of ser\';Le expired, December 31, 1776. 

Captain Nehemiah Waterman's Company was detached trcm 
the Twentieth Regiment of militia to serve three months in a 



25-4 GENEALOGY OF 

Reg-iment to be commanded by Colonel Nathan Gallup in Gen- 
eral Tyler's Brig-ade, to co-operate with Count D'Estaini^, 
November 9. 1779. 

John Gallup, of Plainfield, was a corporal in Captain Andrew- 
Backus' Company (146 men), and served seven days; enlisted 
for the relief of Boston in the Lexington alarm, April, 1775. 

John Gallup, private, enlisted July 15, 1775; discharged 
September 27, 1775; served in Captain Eli Leavenworth's Com- 
pany (Tenth) of Seventh Regiment, Charles Webb, of Stam- 
ford, Colonel. This Regiment was stationed at various points 
along the Sound imtil September 14, when on requisition from 
General Washington, they were ordered to the Boston camps. 
There it was assigned to General Sullivan's Brigade on Winter 
Hill, at the left of the besieging line, and remained until the 
expiration of term of ser\nce in December, 1775. Adopted as 
Continental; re-organized under Col. Webb for service in 1776. 

John Gallup, in Captain Joseph Gallup's Company, enlisted 
September S. 1776; discharged November 17, 1776. 

Nathan Gallup of Groton, ]\Iajor, promoted to Lieutenant- 
Colonel in ^lay, 1777, Eighth Regiment. Transferred and pro- 
moted to Colonel of Twenty-seventh Regiment, January, 1780. 

Colonel McClellan's Regiment was raised for one year's ser- 
vice from March, 1778. They appear to have served in Tyler's 
Brigade under Sullivan, in Rhode Island, in August and Sep- 
tember, 1778. Nathan Gallup of Groton, was Lieutenant-Col- 
onel in this Regiment. George Gallup was ensign in Captain 
William Whitney's Company in this Regiment. 

Isaac Gallup was Capt. of a Co. in-Col. Samuel McClellan's 
Reg't, appointed Sept. 25, 1777; time marched Nov. 8, 1777. 

Nehemiah Gallup was sergeant in Captain Isaac Gallup's 
Company, in Colonel McClellan's Regiment. 

George Gallup was ensign in the above Company. 

The following soldiers were pensioners from Windham 
county in 1832: John Gallup, private; Wm. Gallup, sergeant. 

The following soldiers were pensioners in New London 
county in 1832: Joseph Gallup, Captain; Nehemiah CJalUip. 
private; Amos Gallup, private; Andrew Gallup, private. 

The following soldiers were pensioners in Ledyard in 1S40: 
Andrew Gallup, aged 79; Nehemiah Gallup, aged 88. 

Amos Gallup, aged 84, was a pensioner in Stonington in i<S4o. 



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MISCELLANEOUS 



A Session of the General! Court, Held in Hartford, October 

ye 1 2th, 167 I. 
John Gallop is granted a Hundred Acres of Land for his services in the 
Pequott War, provided he take it up where it may not prejudice any 
former grant granted to any plantation or particular person. 
A true copy of Record, examined. 

Per Hez. Wvllvs, Secretary. 

A Session of the General! Court, Held in Hartford, October 

10th, 1678. 
Upon the Petition of Mrs. Hanna Gallop, and as a recompense for great 
- losses she hath sustained, this Court do see cause to grant unto ye sain 
Mrs Gallop aforesaid, and to her heirs, ye sum of Two Hundred Acres 
of Land which she mavtake up in two places, provided she do not take 
it where it may prejudice any former grant to any particular person or 
plantation. 

A true copv of Record, exammed. 

Per H. Wyllvs, Secretary. 

Stonington, February ye 28th, 1680. 
Laved out to widow Gallup One Hundred Acres of Land, more or less. 
bounded as followeth: Beginning at a birch tree, marked on four sidex 
from thence running east nearest one hundred rods to a crooked white 
oak tree, marked on four sides, standing on ye east side of a swamp . 
from thence running south nearest eight score rods to a great black oa. 
tree marked on four sides; from thence running west nearest one hun- 
dred rods to a white oak tree marked on four sides, and from thence 
upon a direct line to ye tree first mentioned ; this tract of land with allov^ - 
ance for highways we say layed out by us sur\^eighors. 

John Fish. 

Gershom Pai.mf.k. 

This was entered. February ye 17, i7o3-9. ^Y "i^- 

Elnathan Minor, Town Clerk. 

The above written is a true copy of Record, September ye 6th, 173^- 

I^^X., Jas- Palmer. Toivn Llcrk\ 



GALLUP FAMILY. 259 

Stoning-ton, March ye 5th, 1680-S1. 

Laved out for John Gallup One Hundred Acres of Land, more or less, 
bounded as followeth : Beginning at a white oak tree marked on four 
sides which is ye southwest corner tree of land laved out to widow Gallup, 
and from thence running west nearest forty rods to a birch tree marked 
on four sides and with J. G. , standing in a ninning brook, and from 
thence running south-southwest nearest eight score rods by a running 
brook, ye brook being ye west bounds, and south to a place where two 
brooks meet, and so running near east one hundred rods, bounded to ye 
south with a brook to a black ash tree, marked on four sides, standing 
near or at ye head of a brook ; from thence upon a direct line to a black 
oak tree marked on four sides, which is ye southeast corner tree of land 
layed out to widow Gallup, this tract of land layed out and bounded, 

- viiih allowance for highways by us surveighors. 

John Fish. 
Gershom Palmer. 
This survey was entered upon Record, this 17th of February, 170S-9, by me, 

Elnath.w Minor, Town Clerk. 
The above written is a true copy of Record, September ye 6th, 1732. 

Test, J AS. Palmer, Town Clerk. 



At a General Assembly holden at Hartford, October the 13th, 
1698. This Court appoints Mr. Xehemiah Palmer, Ensig^n 
Ephraim Minor to lay out to the heirs of Captain J"hn 
Gallop the three hundred acres of land granted to him by 
this Court according to his grant. 
A true copy. 
Test, Eleazor Kimberly. 

Three Hundred Acres of Land, laid out to ye heirs of Captain John GaHoiJ, 
deceased, to say to Mr. John Gallop, Mr. Adam Gallop and Ensign 
Wm. Gallop, by virtue of a grant from ye Generall Court to Captain 
John Gallop aforesaid, and Mrs. Hannah Gallop and heirs, the bounds 
thereof areas followeth: Beginning near a place called Pe-ag-wom])sh 
River, near three miles east from the northerm most end of Egonk hill 
upon a branch of Moosup's River, beginning at a white oak staddle 
upon ye south side of ye river, the said staddle is near to a pine and is 
marked on four sides, it being about ten or twelve rods south from the 
river; thence east a hundred rods to a pine tree marked on four sides; 
thence north and by east a hundred and sixty-five rods to a white (jak 
tree marked on four sides; thence west a hundred rods to a white oak 
tree marked on four sides; thence to ye first mentioned tree. The sec- 
ond hundred begins at a white oak tree and thence runs north a hun- 
dred and sixty rods to a white oak tree; from thence west and be south 
a hundred rods to a white oak ; thence a hundred and sixty rods s<nith 



260 GENEALOGY OF 

to a white oak near to where a little brook falls into the river ; thence 
to ye first mentioned tree, all of said trees being marked on four sides. 
The third hundred begins at a red oak tree, by the north side of ye river; 
thence a hundred rods north, bounded on ye second hundred westerly 
to a white oak tree; thence east a hundred and sixty-five rods to a pine 
tree; thence south to ye said river; and is bounded partly with ye 
country- land and partly by ye first hundred to the river, and by the river 
to ye first mentioned tree ; the said trees are all marked on four sides ; 
ye above said lands laid out and bounded this ninth day of January, 
1707-8, by me, 

John Pkentts, County Surveyor. 
Recorded May i6th, 1716. 

A true copy of Record, examined. 

Per Hez. Wvllvs, Secretary. 



To our trusty and well-beloved kinsman, John Gallup of Vol- 
untown, and John Crar\' of Plainfield, both in ye county 
of New London and Colony of Connecticut, in New 
England. 

These are to desire you and (wee ye subscribers hereunto) do fully author- 
ize you [or either of you] and hereby give you, or either of you, full 
power to sue, (or comence an action or actions as you or any of you 
shall think fitt) implead, make answer, prosecute and defend in any 
court of law or equity and before any judge or justice, thing or thing>^, 
as ye matter may or doth require, as if wee said subscribers were per- 
sonally present, and wee underwriters do give you or either of you full 
power to get an attorney or attorneys as you or any of you think fitt and 
to sue or arest any person or persons that have broke up any of our 
land or doe break up any land, or that shall presume to cut any trv. ' • ' 
upon our land, to enter upon or do any illegal act or acts upon u-.r/ • .;• '- 
of our land within ye township of Voluntowm. and for your so dor.:.; ■--'■'■ 
shall be your sufficient warrant. 

Witness our hands and seals this fourth day of July in ye eighth year ot H-- 
Majesties reign, Annoque Domini, 1722. 

Signed, sealed and delivered in ye presence of 

Daniel Palmer, John Gallup, 

Samuel Pal.mek, Adam Gallup, 

William Gallup. 

Stonington, July 4th, 1722. 
Mr. John Gallup, and Mr. Adam Gallup, and Mr. William Gallup, ye >;utr- 
scribers to ye above written instrument, personally appeared an<i 
acknowledged ye same to be their own act before me, 

Daniel Pal.mek, Justice of ye Peace. 



GALLUP FAiSIILY. 261 

These Presents witnesseth to an agreement made and concluded upon by 
and between John Gallup, of Stonington, and Elizabeth Stevens, relict 
to Mr. Henry Stevens, of said Stonington, deceased, and Margaret Cul- 
ver, relict to Mr. Joseph Culver of Groton, deceased, and John Cole and 
Mary, his wife, of Voluntown ; which John, Elizabeth, Mary and Mar- 
garet, are four of ye children of Mr. John Gallup and Hannah, his \viie. 
of Stonington. deceased; and Benadam Gallup of said Groton, in behalf 
the heirs of Mr. Benadam Gallup of Stonington, deceased, and John 
and William Gallup of Voluntown, for and in ye right of Mr. William Gal. 
lap of said Stonington, deceased, and John Giffords of Non,\-ich, for and 
in the behalf of the rest of the heirs of Mrs. Hannah Gifford of said Nor- 
wich, deceased ; and Peter Crary of Groton, for and in behalf ye rest of 
ye heirs of Christobel Crary of said Groton, deceased; which deceased, 
Benadam. William, Hannah and Christobel, are four more of ye chil- 
dren of ye said John and Hannah Gallup, deceased; the .said Elizabeth 
Stevens, Margaret Culver, John and Mary Cole, John Gifford and Peter 
Crary do agree that ye third and middle hundred acres of land in Volun- 
town, laid out by John Prentiss, surveyor, to ye heirs of said deceased, 
John and Hannah Gallup, shall be the hundred acres to satistie the 
grant to John Gallup, deceased, October the 12th, 1671. And we, the 
said John Gallup of Stonington, and Benadam Gallup of Groton, and 
John Gallup and William Gallup of Voluntown, do agree to accept of 
said third hundred for satisfaction for said grant, and al.so we, the said 
John Gallup of Stonington, and Benadam Gallup of Groton. and Eliza- 
beth Stevens and Margaret Culver and John and Mary Cole and Juhn 
and William Gallup of said Voluntown, and John Giff<jrd and Peter 
Crary, do agree that ye two hundred acres "i land laid out by -a; 'i sur- 
veyor to said Gallups ia- virtue "t a grant to Mrs. Hannah Ga'i'up and 
her heirs, dated Oct'.iber ye loth, 1675, shall be and remain to be 'livi'led 
equally to and amongst the said children or ye heirs of ye said Ji 'hn 
and Hannah Gallup, decea,sed. And so much of said two hundred 
acres of land that may be divideable shall be divided at or before the 
last day of March ne.xt after ye date hereof. And when divided, then 
for each heir, according to their right and degree to give and pass such 
suitable instruments in writing of equit claims to quiet and settle each 
other in their rights. 
And in testimony that this is our mutual agreement, we, the subscribers, 
have hereunto set our hands and seals this ninth day of July, A. D. 1731. 
Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of 

Joseph Hewit, John Gallup, 

Uriah Stevens, Benadam Galllp, 

Cornelius White, Peter Crakv, 

her 
George Denison, Margaret x Culver, 

mark 
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Nathaniel Gallup, Elizabeth x Stevens, 

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262 GENEALOGY OP 

John Cole, 

her 

Mary x Cole. 

mark 

September the first day, 1747, then received this instrument to Record, and 

Recorded by me, 

Eben"r Dow, Recorder. 

The above and within \\-ritten is a true copy of Record certified by me, 

Eben'r Dow. Recorder. 



To the Hon'ble Generall Assembly of His Majesties Eng-lish 
Colony of Connecticutt, in New England, in America, to 
' be holden at Hartford, in Ma}- next, on the second 
Thursday thereof. 

The Petition of John Smith, of Voluntown, in the county of Windham, 
humbly sheweth: That John Gallup and Elizabeth Stephens, widow 
and relict to Mr. Henr\- Stephens, deceased, and Margaret Culver. 
widow and relict to Joseph Culver, deceased, all of Stonington, in New 
London county, and Benadam Gallup of Groton. in said New London 
count}', and Joseph Gallup of said Stonington, and William Wheeler 
and Hannah, his wife, Nathaniel Gallup and Margarett, his wife. George 
Denison and Lucy, his wife, all of said Stonington, and Joseph Stanton 
and Esther, his wife, both of Westerly, in Rhode Island Colony, and 
William Denison, Benadam Denison, Jonath. Denison, Sarah Denison, 
and Esther Denison, all of said Stonington ; Hubbard Burras and Mary, 
his ^^-ife, of said Groton, John Giffords, Stephen Giffords, and Aquilla 
Giffords, allot Xorsvich, in Xew London county; Jeremiah Fitch and 
Ruth, his wife, of Coventry-, in Windham county; John Xoyes and 
Mary, his wife, of said Stonington, William Worthington and Temper- 
ance, his wife, of Saybrook, in Xew London county, Peter Crary ": 
said Groton, John Crar\-, Ebenezer Harris and Christobel. his wife. aT. 
of Plainneld, in Windham county; Robert Crary, Eben'r Pierce ar.'i 
Margarett, his wife, of Voluntown, in Windham county, and Xathanic". 
Bushnell, Jun., of said X'orwich, in Xew London county, and John Cole 
and Mary, his wife, of said Voluntown, in said county of Windham, a^ 
the co-heirs and loyal representatives of John and Hannah Gallup, for- 
merly of said Stonington. deceased, brought their action to the County 
Court in Windham, in June, 1731, demanding of your petitioner the sur- 
rendery of one hundred acres of land in Voluntown, as by their wr.t: 
dated June the 12th, 1731, which action by appeal and revision and con- 
tinuance, came to the Sup. Court at Windham in March last where the 
parties were at issue, on a plea Xot Guilty, and in the tryall of the ca.->e 
the parties ga\-e in their evedences of their title, viz., the petitioners 
gave in a g^rant of this assembly of one hundred acres to said John Gal- 
lup, deceased, dated October the 12th, 1671, and also a grant of two 



GALLUP FAMILY. -63 

hundred acres granted to said Hannah Gallup, deceased, dated Octo- 
ber the loth, 167S, and a sur\-ey of three hundred acres dated January 
the gth, ryoy-S, said to be laved out by John Prentiss, county sur^-eyor, 
to the heirs of John and Hannah Gallup, deceased, by virtue of a grant 
made by the Generall Assembly to Capt. John Gallup and Mrs. Hannah 
Gallup and heirs, recorded May the i6th. 1716, and also they gave in 
the tryall of said case for the ascertaining their bounds, the doings of 
Mr. Jabez Huntington, Mr. Jonathan Huntington and Stephen Strong, 
dated August the 17th, 1730. in which they had erected bounds that 
did preclude the land demanded to all, which witness your petitioner's 
attorney took his exceptions against their being given to the jurv- as 
evidences in said case, ist to the grants, that they did not agree with 
said survey in that the said sur\'ey is said to be made by virtue of a 
grant, and' the said grants were not only two but of different dates. &c. 
2dly, against the survey itself, that it was not made by the persons 
authorized, appointed by this assembly for that purpose. &c., when the 
assembly had ordered at their session in October the 13th, 169S. Mr. 
Nehemiah Palmer and Ensign Ephraim Minor to do the same. 3dly, 
against the said doings of the freeholders; hrst, because the same doth 
not comport with the law, it not being the bounds of any adjoyning pro- 
prietors, but only the bounds of a survey that could not be found where 
nor how ; 2dly, for that the Iwunds (jf the said survey and the bounds 
erected by said freeholders are directly contradictory. Yet the court 
ruled they should all be given to the jury, &c. 
And your petitioner gave in evidence of his title a grant of this assembly, 
October the Sth, 1713, of three hundred acres to the Rever'nd Joseph 
Coitt of Plainheld. and a sur^•ey thereof by Mr. John Plumb, County 
Surveyor, who was authorized and appointed by this assembly f(jr that 
purpose, dated March 24th, 1713-4; and the said survey, dated the said 
24th day of March in the year 17 13-4. as aforesaid, was recorded May 
the i6th, 1714, and also a pattent from this assembly for conhrmation of 
the same, dated May the 29th, 1716, and recorded, and also the mean 
conveyances thereof down to your petitioners, all of which was given 
to the jury, but the said sur^-ey made by the said Mr. John Plumb, dated 
March the 24th, 1 713-4, as aforesaid, was someway s mixed wi:h the 
papers so that the jury never saw the same in the c<jnsideration 01 said 
case, neither could they have any regard thereto, so that your petitioner 
wholly lost the benefit of the tryall, whereupon your petitioner humbly 
saith that the court by law ought not to have suffered said writings pro- 
duced by the petitioners to be given to the jury as evidence in said case; 
2dly, the jury never tryed said case as by law they ought to have done 
in that they never considered the evidence given them in the case as 
severall of them have since declared in writing under their hands. 
Whereupon your petitioner humbly prays the Hon'ble Assembly would sett 
aside the former judgment in said case, with all the proceedings thereon. 
and grant to your petiti(;ner the liberty of one tryall more of said case 
at the Superior Court, to be at Windham in September next, and that 



! 264 GE:jfEALOGY OF 

i 

j those aforesaid writings. \nz.. the two grants, one to John Gallop and 

the other to Hannah Gallop, deceased, and the survey made bv John 

I Prentiss and the doings of said freeholders mav not be given in e\'idence 

I to the jury in the tryall, for the reasons aforesaid, in that they tend only 

I to confuse the tryall and amuse the jury and are not any evidence 

which the law owns, &c., and that the whole cost may follow the tinall 

judgment in said case. &c.. and your petitioner as in duty bound, Sec. 

VoLiNTOwN. April the 12th. 1733. John' S.mith. 

I A true copy on file, examined. Per Hez. Wyllvs, Secretary. 

\ 
I 

I WILL OF JOHN GALLOP OF BOSTON. 

{ Know all men by these presents that I, John Gallop, of Boston, doe make 

i this my last Will and Testament, as foUoweth : I doe leave my wife 

whole executrix of all my goods and lands, on this condition: first. I doe 

give to my sonne, John Gallop, my new shallop after my death: 2dly, I 

doe give to my daughter, Joanne, my heaffer; and I do order that my 

two youngest sonnes shall imploy my barcke the first j'ear after my 

decease wholly for theire mother, and after one year to have two-thirds 

. for themselves and one-third for their mother, and to repaier and main- 

I ^ taine the bark themselves looking for no helpe from theire mother, only 

shee shall have the third of profitt. I doe order also that my wfe shall 

"^^^ have the use of houses, lands and goods for hir comfortable mainten- 

I / ance so long as shee shall live ; after hir decease it shall wholly remayne 

equally divided to my two youngest sonnes, Samuell Gallop and Xathan- 

iell Gallop, if they earn.- themselves as obedient children to theire 

, mother ; but if they be disobedient then shee shall have liberty to di.— 

; pose of all as shee shall thinke good; and if one sonne dve before theire 

mother, then all to remame to the other; if both dye before their mother 

then my wife shall dispose of all as she shall think good. Also, I doe 

■ give to John Joy, my daughter's sonne, five pounds, to be paid to hira 

; at one and twenty yeares of age ; and if he dye before it shall remaine 

' to his brother Joseph. Also, I doe give forty shillings to the building of 

the new meeting-house. Thus desiring to leave my wife and children 

and all unto the wise disposing providence of Almighty God, desiring 

his blessing upon them and craving favor of his love to their souls in 

the Lord Jesus Christ. • 

Dated the 20th of the loth month, 1649. 

Witness hereunto. The marke of 

XicH. Upsall, John x Gallop. 

John Seavy, 
John Swjlete. 
Deposed the 9th day of the 12th month, 1649, by John Seavy and John 
Sweete, before the court. 

Increase Newell, Secretary. 
Recorded at request of Samuell Gallop, sonne of the said John Gallop, 
decea.sed, this 3rd of October, 1657. 

Edw. Rawson, Recorder aftd Sealer. 



GALLUP FAMILY. -'^^ 

JOHN GALLOP. 

Inventory 26th of ve last monthe. 1649: Owne house and ground lyinge in 
Boston, being bounded upon ye weste wkh land of Matthew Chahne. 
John Sweet upon ve easter side; that is to say ye house and garden 
together ^^-ithe ve towne shoure upon ye flattes for liberty ot whartage 
granted bv ye 'towne. The Island called by ye name of Gallup s 
Island, containing about 16 acres, ;{:i2. Foure acres lyinge at Long 
Island of medd. ground, ^6. Ox^-ne vessell or pinnis. called by name 
of ye Buck, ^Tioo. Whole am't. of inventory, ^3" ^os. sd. 

Witnessed by 

NicH Upsall, Given in to the County Court, 

Ed. Ravnsford, 12th month, 1649- 

Willi Beamslev. IncR- Newell. S,cre/.iry. 



WILL OF CHRISTOVELL, WIFE OF JOHN GALLOP. 
The last Will of Christovell Gallop-Being in perfect memory, though weak 
in body, this 24th of the 5th month, 1655: I doe give unto my sonne. 
lohn Gallop, half mv money, which is about ^15, and I doe give him 
ve bed I Ive on with one boulster. one coverlid and blankett; also one 
of ye best brasse kettles, a sea chest, a great bible, one pewter platter 
one paire of sheetes, one pillowber, five napkins, one holland board 
cloth- and half my wareing clothes I doe give Hannah, my sonne John 
Gallops wife. I doe give to my daughter,(joane JuyeJ halfe my money, 
which is about /1 5, ^^•ith one great brasse pott, ^^-ltll one ot ye best 
brasse kettles, also a great white chest, one bedstead, one flocke bed. 
two blancketts, also one paire of my best sheets, one Imnmg sheete- 
one odd sheete, one pewter candlestick, one porringer, one pewter plat, 
ter and five napkins with one halfe my wareing clothes. AU these I doe 
give to my daughter, Joane Joye ; ye rest of my goods I doe give to be 
divided between mv sonne Saml Gallop and my sonne Nathaniell Gal- 
lr,p each of them equally; and this my will to be pertoniied alter my 
debts and funeral expenses are discharged, and I doe desire my Deloved 
friends, James Penn and E'lward Rain.f<r.-d, to be the execuf-rs ot tlii-, 
mv will, in witness whereof I here set to my hand. 

Witness. Chr.stovkll (.ALL.,,, 

JOH.N Search. and a seal. 

Dorothy Upshall. 
At a meeting of the ma.gistr and recorder, the 31st October, ^^55. power of 
administration to the estate of Christovell Gallop, deceased, is gi anted 
to James Penn and Edward Rainsford to administer according to la^^ 
to perform the will above written. 
Christovell Gallop's inventor^-, £3() 14s, 



266 GENEALOGY OF 

THE WILL OF MRS. MARGARET LAKE, 1672. 
In the name of God. Amen; I. Margaret Lake of Ipswich, in America, in 
the shire of Essex, widdow, being %veak of body yet of good and per- 
fect memory and understanding praysed be God, doe dispose of that 
little estate God hath lent me as followeth: 
Imprimis I give and bequeath unto my daughter, Hanah Gallup, and her 
children, all mv land at New London, also my best gowne and my red 
cloth petty coat, and mv enarailed ring; and after her decea.se. my will 
is that my grand-daughter, Hanah Gallop, shall have the said ring. 
Also I give unto my grand-daughter, Hanah Gallop, a pare of sheetes 
and one of my best pewter platters, and one of the next. 
Item-I g-ive unto mv daughter, Martha Harris, my tapster>- coverlet and 
all my other apparell which are not disposed of to others pticulerly. and 
I give unto her mv mantle, and after her decease to all her children, as 
their need is; also' the coverlett of tapstery after my daughter Marthas 
decease, I give it to mv grandson Thomas Harris, and he dying without 
issue, to his brother John, and so to the rest of the children ; also I give 
to my daughter Martha my gold ring, and my will is that atter her 
decease my grand-daughter, Martha Harris, shall have it. 
Item— I give unto my grand-daughter, Martha Harris, my bed and l:>edstead 

and one boulster, two blanketts, two pillows and one coverlett. 
Item— I give to my grand-daughter, Elizabeth Harris, one heifer at my 

cousin Eppses. 
Item— I give to my grand-daughter, Margaret Harris, my covered box and 

one damaske tablecloth and six damaske napkins. 
Item— My will is that all my bras and pewter with the rest of my household 
stuffs undesposed, be equally disposed and divided amongst my daugh- 
ter Harrises children. 
Item— I give and l.eqv.eath unto my Sonne, Thomas Harris, all the rest ot 
' ray estate, viz. ; my part of the ves.ell and all my debts. &:c., onely my 
Bvble excepte.l, v.'hich I give to my grandsonne, John Hams, and a 
paireof fringed gloves. And appoint; my sonne, Th.^mas H:-.rr:>. an-- 
mv daughter, Martha Harris, to hec my executor and exeLutr:;-: r :n>. 
my la:,t Will and Te-tament, this thirtieth day -.f Augu^^t u: t-^ y^^evc 
of grace sixteen hundred seventy and tooe— if.72. 

M-\KG.A.Kf:i L -.KK. 

These being witnesses : ^^^ marKe. 

Thomas Knowlto.n', Sen., 
James Chlte. 

At the court held at Ipswich the 24th of September, 1672, Thoma.s Knowlton 
testified upon oath that this is the last will and testament of Mrs. Mar- 
garet Lake to the be^t of his knowledge. 

Robert Lord, C/^r^. 

James Chute testified ditto, 31st March, 1674- 



2QQ GENEALOGY OF 

THE WILL OF MRS. MARGARET LAKE, 1672. 
In the name of God. Amen; I, Margaret Lake of Ipswich, in America, in 
the shire of Essex, widdow, being weak of body yet of good and per- 
fect memory and understanding praysed be God, doe dispose of that 
little estate God hath lent me as followeth: 
Imprimis I give and bequeath unto my daughter. Hanah Gallup, and her 
children, all mv land at New London, also my best gowne and my red 
cloth petty coat, and my enarailed ring ; and after her decease, my will 
is that my grand-daughter, Hanah Gallop, shall have the said ring. 
Also I give unto my grand-daughter, Hanah Gallop, a pare of sheetes 
and one of my best pewter platters, and one of the next. 
Item— I g-ive unto mv daughter, Martha Harris, my tapster>- coverlet and 
all my other apparell which are not disposed of to others pticuledy, and 
I give unto her my mantle, and after her decease to all her children, as 
their need is; also' the coveriett of tapstery after my daughter Marthas 
decease, I give it to my grandson Thomas Harris, and he dying without 
issue, to his brother John, and so to the rest of the children ; also I gdvo 
to my daughter Martha my gold ring, and my will is that after her 
decea.se my grand-daughter, Martha Harris, shall have it. 
Item— I give unto my grand-daughter. Martha Harris, my bed and l>edstea<i 

and one boulster, two blanketts, two pillows and one coveriett. 
Item— I give to my grand-daughter, Elizabeth Harris, one heifer at my 

cousin Eppses. 
Item— I give to my grand-daughter, Margaret Harris, my covered box and 

one damaske tablecloth and six damaske napkins. 
Item— My wiU is that all my bras and pewter with the rest of my household 
stuffs undesposed, be equally disposed and divided amongst my daugh- 
ter Harrises children. 
Item— I give and bequeath unto my Sonne, Thomas Harris, all the rest ot 
my estate, viz. ; my part of the ves^ell and all my debts, &c., onely my 
Bvble exetptc'l, v.'hich I give to my grandsonne, John Harris, and a 
paire of fringed gloves. And appoint my sonne, Thomas H..rr;>. an'- 
mv daughter. Martha Harris, to be^j my execuf.r and exeLu::'::-; : t.r.-. 
my la^t WiiJ and Te-tament, this thirtieth day of Augi:~t \:i t-^ y^eiv 
of grace sixteen hundred seventy and tooe — 1072. 

MAkG.A.Kf:r L.\KK. 
These being witnesses: hir marKe. 

Thomas Knowlto.n, Sen., 
James Chlte. 

At the court: held at Ipswich the 24th of September, 1672, Thomas Knowlton 
testified upon oath that this is the last will and testament of Mrs. Mar- 
garet Lake to the be-,t of his knowledge. 

Robert Loku, Cl^rk. 

James Chute testified ditto, 31st March, 1674. 



GALLTJP FA>riLY. 2t>T 

MARGARET LAKES INVENTORY. 
Mrs. Lake's Inventory, December the 24th, 1672. 

Item— All the land which is mentioned in the will at New London or 
neare there unto, which the said Mrs. Lake gave her daughter Gallop 
before she made her will. One tapstery coverlett, bedstead, feather 
bed and a fiocke bed, and three down pillows; three pr. blankets, three 
old coverletts and a boulster and a piece of canvass ; a searge sute and 
a crimson petecoate, a parcell of wearing clothes pette coates and 
bodyes; baking pan, bason, and ure, pastie plate, pewter dishes, porin- 
ger, cullander, ■ candlesticks, sugar bo.x, warming pan, noster, three 
carved bo.xes. two wTought iryned stoules, hand baskets ; two old silk 
wastcoats and a new blue silke one, scarlett mantle, three scarfes and 
whiskes and a piece of silkes besydes; four pare of KoUand sheetes 
and three pare and one sheetes of others ; damask table cloth and six 
napkins ; sixteen napkins and five table cloths ; four corse napkins, some 
holland pillow beeres, and two others, three pillow-beeres and four 
shifts, her wedding shift, a great bible, a pare of gloves, a box of small 
linning, a cuvered cushen, a small box with several samplers laces and 
broydered works, two glasses, two gould rings, a trunke, brass and iron 
potts and kettels, one cow. 



The following old wills of the ancestors of Madam Margaret 
Lake and of Mrs. Elizabet'i Read Winthrop, wife of Governor 
John Winthrop, of Connecticut, are interesting on account of 
their ancient date and quaint style. 

WILL OF WILLIAM READ. 
Proved at Chelmsford, 26th June, 1534. 

In the name of God, Amen, the yere of oure Lord MCCCCCXXXIII, the 
xvj day of May, I, Wyllaya Rede of Wykford, in the countie otf Essex 
yoman, make my testament in maner and forme folowing: Fyrst, I 
bequeth my soule to Almighty God, to oure lady Saynt Mare and to all 
the holy company of heven, and my body to be burj-ed in the chyrch 
or chyrche yarde of Wykford. 

Item — I bequeth to the hygh aut* thy thys, neclygently forgotten xx''. 

Item — I bequeth to the same chyrch iij» iiij'^. 

Item — I bequeth to a pryst to syng for my sowle and all crysten sowles the 
space of half a yer in the parrishe chyrch of Wykford. iij ' vj' viiij''. 

♦High Authorities. 



268 GENEALOGY OF 

- Item — I bequeth to Roger Stonard, my doght* son a cowe, iiij schepe. 

Item — I bequeth to Elsabeth, hyssystf, a cowe and iiij schepe. 
Item — I bequeth Mergret Bundoke, my doght' s doght, one cowe and iiij 
schepe ; the resydeue of all my gods not bequethed I gytfe to Roger, 
my son, the oche Roger I make myne execreture. 
Wyttnes here of Sn. 

Nawfki Bvrche, Curat. 
John Peke, w't o-r mower. 

i WILL OF ROGER REDE, SOX OF WILLIAM REDE. 

[ In the name of God, Amen ; the Xth day of December in the vere of our 

i Lord God, 1557, etc. I, Roger Rede, of Wyckford, make this my last 

i will and testament: 

i First, I bequethe mj- soull to Allmyghty God, and my bodye to be burved. 

[ Also I give and bequeathe unto Elizabethe, my wyf, and to her assvnes 

xivj-* xiij" iiij** of good and lawful! money of England. Also I gave 
unto Elizabethe, my \\-if, two kyne a blacke and a branded. ALso I geve 
unto Elizabethe, ray wif, all such houshold [stuff] and plate as she had 
when and at such tyme as we were marryed, upon condycion hereafter 

IfoUoweying: That is to saye, I will that Elizabethe, mv w)-f, shall 
release and yeld unto John and Willm, my sones, accordyne to my will 
within one monthe next after my decease, all that her ryght, tytill and 
intrest of dowrye of all those my tenements and lands, which tenements 
and lands I was seased of at the daye and tyme of our spousage. AImi 
I will that Elizabeth, my wif, shall delvy or cause to be delvyed, a cer- 
tayne bill of conveyance made betwene me and my wif before our spous- 
age. And in case that Elizabethe, my wif, doe refuse to yelde up and 
release all her right, tytill and intrest of dowyre of all my tenemer.t- 
and lands as before is sayd, as also to delyver or cause to be delyvcl 
unto my executor the byll or elles to make a suffycyent quvttance i^r'.d 
dyscharge for the said byil or any thy-.g therein contayncd, then I "■".■'• 
that ElizaVjethe, my wyi. shall have n-- [Jte of the legacies Vj her ht.-:'-- ;n 
my will before bequethed. 
• ALso, I geve unto sayd Elizabethe xxvj' viij'' for a bed and the new cupbi>:"<I 
i in the p'lor. Also I will that my executor hereafter named, shall pave 

f or cause to be payed unto the saide Elizabethe, my wyi. within one 

I monthe next after my decease, xxvj-^ xiij* iiij'^ of the aforesaid legacye. 

I Also I will that Elizabethe, my w}^, shall make, release of all her right, 

j tytill and interest of her dowrj-e and of the bill of covenants between 

I us made at the days of our spousage as before is said. And in so 

j doynge the other xx-^ to be payd to her within one yere and a half next 

I after my decease. Also I will that Eliziibethe, my wyf, and Roger, my 

I sone, shall be here in the house with my two sones, John and Willyame. 

i untill my monethes days. And furthermore, I will my executor shall 

'■ *Daughter's. 

tSister. 



GALLUP FAMILY. - 269 

keape Roger, my sone, at there charges with sufFycyent apparrell and 
in otherwise. Also I geve unto Roger, my sone, at the age of xxj 
years, xi'^ of good lawfull money of England, to be payd by the hands 
of mj'ne executors or there assygnes. 

Also I will that my said executors or there assygnes shall bye the said 
Roger a fetherbed and all thpigs to yt belonging, or els xi» for the bed. 
Also I geve and bequethe to Byttrys Hastier xx" and a petycoote to be 
payde to her within one yere next after my decease. 

Item — I geve and bequethe to Avys Hastier xx^ iiij'' ewe shepe to be payde 
by the hands ot my executors or there assygnes to her within ij yeres 
next after my decease. Also I geve and bequethe to Agnys, my daugh- 
ter, the wyf of Henry Dowe, xxvj* viij'*, and that yt be payde imedy- 
atlye after my decease by the hands of myne executors. Also I geve 
John Rede, my sone, all my tenements and lands, called greate Amys 
and littill Amys, with all the apptennes thereto, belonging to him and 
his heires assygnes for ever, lyinge and beynge \\-ithin the pyshe of 
Wyckford. 

Item — Also I geve unto Willm Rede, my sone, and to the heires of his bodye 
lawfully begotten, a certej-ne tent called felds and all the land with the 
apptennes thereto belonging; and a certayne parcell of land called Hel- 
man's croft, lyinge and beynge in the pysche of Wyckford. Also that 
I will that yf God call Willm, my sone, to his mcye, without ys.sew of 
his bodye lawfully begotten, then I will his legacye of land remayne to 
Roger, my sone, and to his heires of his body lawfully begotten. 

The residew of all my goods unbequethed with a leasse of a pece of land 
called Rosses, my debts beynge payde, my bodye honestly buryed, my 
funeralls done and this my present testament beyng pformed and ful- 
filled, I give wholy to John Rede and William Rede, my sones, pte and 
parte, lykewhith, John Rede and Willm I constitute ordeyne and make 
my executors of this my present testament and'last will. 

In witness unto this my present testament and last will I have my marke 
with myne owne hand 
Wytness hereunto: 
Willm Stamer, 
Thoms Deryvall, 
Edward SxANrER, 
and others. 



WILL OF WILLIAM READ, SON OF ROGER. 

In the name of God, Amen. The iijrd day of July in the yeare of our Lord 
ifi03. I, William Rede of Wickford, in the county of Essex, yeoman, 
(beinge in pcriect mynd and memory lawdc and prayse therefore m<<>te 
heartily I give unto God) doe ordayne, make and constitute this my 
presedt testament, contayning therein my last will in manner and forme 



270 GENEALOGY OF 

followinge, that is to say, f\Tst and principally, I give and bequeathe my 
soule to AUmightv God, my Maker, Redeemer and Saviour, Jesus 
Christe, bv whose death and passion I trust to be saved, and by no 
other meanes. and my body to be buryed in the church of Wickford. 
whensoever the same shall fortune to departe this life. 

Item — I give and bequeathe to the poore of "Wickford three pounds, to lie 
payed yearely xx« ; the first xx* to be payd presently after my death. 

Item — I give to the poore of Rayley xx'. 

Item — I give to the poore of Rawreth xx*. 

Item — I give to the poore of Xevington xx'. 

Item — I give to the poore of Runnwell xx». 

Item — I ^ve and bequeathe to my cozen, Roger Reade, the some of eight 
poundes, to be payd unto him by forty shillings a yeare. 

Item — I give to every one of my household servants x* a piece. 

Item — I give and bequeathe to Mary, my well beloved wife, one hundred 
poundes of good lawfuU money of England, to be payd unto her within 
half a yeare after my decease, upon this condicion hereafter mentioned, 
that is to say that she, the sayd Mary, shall accept and take twenty 
poundes a yeare of my son, Edmund Reade, his heyres or assignes, for 
her do^^^•ye or third, which she is to have out of my landes. And if 
that the sayd Mary, my wife, do refuse to yeeld up and release all her 
right, title and interest of dowrj-e or third of all my sayd lands, (my 
sayd Sonne beinge bounde to pay her quarterly, that is to say v^ every 
quarter so long as she shall live), then my will and meanings is that 
Man,-, my wife, shall not have any part of this legacy of one hundred 
poundes to her given by my will before bequeathed. 

Item — I give and bequeath to the sayd Man,', my wife, all such household 
sttrffs and plate as she had when and at such tyme as we were marr\-ed 
except suche household as she hath given since to her children, or is 
othennse worne, altered or decayed, which my will and meaninge is 
that my executor hereafter mentioned shall not be charged withall. 

Item — I give and bequeathe to the said Mary, mv loving wife, six kyne, to 
be delivered by my executour out of my stock here in Wickford within 
one moneth after my decease. 

Item — I give and bequeath to my sayd wife my baye trotting geldinge. 

Item — My mind and will is that my sayd wife shall have her dwellinge and 
entertaynement in all honest and comely manner for herself and he r 
mayde in my nowe dwellinge house, for the terme of one whole yeare 
next after my decease, if she will so long there continue and abyde. 

Item — I give and bequeath to my sonne, John Reade, three hundred pounds 
of lawful! English money, to be payd within one yeare aftermydecea.se. 

Item — I give and bequeath to my brother, Edmund Churche, the some "f 
vj^ xiij' iiij'', to be payd unto him within one '[uarter of a year after my 
decease. 

Item — I give and bequeath to my sonne, Edmund Rede, and to the heyres 
of his body lawfully begotten, all my landes and tenements whatsoever. 



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■ and for want of such he\Tes my will and meaninge is that all the said 
landes and tenements shall descend and come to my sonne, John Rede, 
before mentioned, and to his heyres forever. 

Item— I give and bequeath to my sayd sonne, Edmund, my lease of 
Fr\-earne" and the lease which I bought of my brother Edmund Churche. 
The residue of all my goods and chattells whatsoever unbequeathed. 
my funerall charges discharged, and this my present testament and last 
wiU performed and fultiUed, I give and bequeath to my sayd sonne, 
Edmund, whome I doe institute, ordayne and make my sole executour 
of this my present testament and last will, and I doeappo\-nt my cozen, 
Edmund Thorneton, and my cozen, Richard Dowe, to be myne over- 
seers, and I doe give to either of them xx* apiece to make them a ringe 
in recompence of there paynes and token of my good ^^-ill. 

In wittness whereof unto this my present testament and last \vi\l, I have sett 
my hand and seale the daye and yeare above wrytten. 

The mark x of the sayd William Reade, the testator, and his seale. 

Sealed and subscribed, ' ratified, acknowledged and delivered by the sayd 
William Reade, the testator, for his last will and testament in the pres- 
ence of us, 

William Harries and 

Thomas Meredythe. 



WILL OF EDMAND REDE, SON OF WILLL\M AND 
FATHER OF MADAME MARGARET LAKE. 

Edmand Read's Last Will atid Testament, November ye 

2oth, 1623. 

In ye name of God, Amen: ye -20th daye of November in ye yeare of our 
' Lord, one thousand six hundred and twenty-three. I, Edmand 

Read, &c. 
Item— I give and bequeth unto ye poore of Wickford twenty shillings of 

lawful english money, to be payd to ym by my executors [sic] within 

one month after my dicease. 
Item— I give and bequeth unto John Weald, my servant, five pounds of law- 
full english money to be payde to him within one yeare after my 

dicease. 
Item— I give and bequeih unto ever\- one of my other servants two shillings 

a piece to be payde to ym within one moneth after my dicea.se. 
Item— I give and bequeth unto William Reade. my son. and to my daughter 

Reade, forty shillings apeece, to bye them rings. 
* A manor in Xevenden parish near Wickford. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 273 

happen to dye before, sd Legacye shall ineur to my two daughters ye 
mothers, and Provided allso yt if Samuell, my son happen to depart this 
life without issue of his body lawfully begotten, and that Thomas, my 
son, enjoye ye sayd lands and teniments aforesaid and to him in and by 
this my last will and testament bequethed, then my minde and will is 
that those leases, land and messages with ye lands theireunto belonging, 
which is before given unto my saide son Thomas, shall presently ineur 
and come to mv saide son William Reade, and to his eyres for ever, 
without paj-ing ye foresaide son William Reade and to his eyres ye fore- 
said sum of 24.0^ unto Thomas Reade, my son, or any part thereof in 
maner and forme as is aforesaide. 

Item — I give and bequeth tmto my said Loving Wife ye lease of Freame 
and all ye time and terme to come and unexpired for and towards ye 
mayntenance and education and bringing up of Thomas, my third son. 

Item — I give and bequeth unto my son-in-law, John Lake, and to my Daugh- 
ter Margrett Lake, forty shillings apiece to make ym rings, and to John 
Lake and Anna Lake, theire children, 20 shillings apiece. 

Item — I give and bequeth unto Daniel Epps and Martha Epps, my daugh- 
ter, 40 shillings apeece to make ym rings, and to Elizabeth Epps and 
Daniell Epps, theire children, 20 shillings apiece. 

Item — I give and bequeth unto Elizabeth, my Daughter, 200^ of lawful^ 
money of England, to be paide unto her at her full age (A 20 yeares. 

Item — I giev and bequeth unto my brother, Johri Reade, ye sum of five 
pounds to be payde to him within one whole year ne.xt after my dicease. 

Item — I give and bequeth unto my son, William, my young graye guilding 
now in ye custodye of my kinsman, John Reede ; all ye Resideu of my 
goods, chattells and moveables whatsoever I giev and bequeath unto 
Elizabeth, my said Loving Wife, who I make and ordayne my sole exec- 
utrix of this my last will and testament ; and I doe nominate and appoynt 
James Lawrence of Clifford's Inn. Gentillman, and John Reade of Pil- 
sage, my kinsman overseers, of this my last will and testament, and 
doe hereby giev ym thre pound six shillings and eight pence, to be 
payde to ym by my saide executrix. Intreating ym to be ayding and 
assisting my said l(n-ing Wife, to se this my last Will and Testiment 
duly and truly executed and performed according to my intent and true 
meaning herein and hereby set downe and declared. 

In witness, &c., this 20th daye of November, in the 21st yeare of ye Kings 
Majestye's raigne, that now is and in Anno Domini, 1623. 

Edm.\>d Re.mje. 
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274 GENEALOGY OF 

PEDIGREE OF MARGARET LAKE. 
(FROM THE "HARRIS FAMILY.") 

FIRST GENERATION". 

William Read of Wickford, died 1534. 

SECOND GENERATION. 

Roger Read of Wickford, died 1558. 

THIRD GENERATION. 

William Read of Wickford, born 1540, died 1603. 

FOURTH GENERATION. 

Edmand Read of Wickford, born 1563; married Elizabeth Cook; 

died 1623. 

They had seven children born from 1595 to 16 14, of whom 
Margaret, born probably about 1600, married John Lake. Her 
sister Martha married first Daniel Epps. She married second 
Deputy Governor Samuel Symonds; died 1662, in Ipswich, 
Mass. Her youngest sister, Elizabeth, baptized in Wickford, 
November 17, 16 14; married John Winthrop, Jr.. the founder 
of Ipswich. Mass., and first Governor of Connecticut; she did 
in 1672. Tw'j of the brothers named Edmand died y(mni^-. 

Mrs. Elizabeth (Cij'.'ki Read married for her second h:-- 
band the celebrated Hu;^h Peters, v/ho came to this country 
with Mrs. Lake and Mrs. Winthrop in the ship Abigail. 

Thomas Read, who is mentioned in the will of Edmand, 
came to New England and was a Sheriff and Captain at Salem. 
Mass. He returned to England and entered Cromwell's army, 
as did also Mr. Peters. He is favorably mentioned in "Pep3''s 
Diary" as identified prominently with General Monk in the 
restoration of Charles II. Hugh Peters was convicted of trea- 
son and executed at Charing Cross, in London, October 16, 
1660. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 275 



LETTER OF 
Mrs. MARGARET LAKE to JOHN WINTHROP, Jr. 

For her ev^er honored Brother, John Winthrop, Esq., London, 
in old England. 

Honored Brother: The news that you had taken so long a voyage, and 
such a way as that wee were deprived of that happiness as to have a sight 
of yor selfe '(whom to see would have been, and I hope ever shall bee, 
exceeding cheering and comforting unto us) was exceeding grievous to mee. 
I am much refreshed to heare that God as safely canied you over the seas. 
I desire that God would ever prosper you in your vocasions therein, and 
retume you safely to us againe. 

Might I not bee troublesome to you, I would have disired yor's to have 
done mee yt courtesy as to have inquired concerning my husband's death, 
and how hee ended his dayes, as also to have inquired of my cousin, Thomas 
Cooke, whether hee knew whether their was anything left mee or no. Some- 
thing I left in his father's hands, but I know not whether my husband had 
it or no. I would have intreated j'ou, if you heare of anything comeing to 
me ji; you would bring it for mee, if it may bee ; as also I would desire you 
to inquire whether my sister Breadcale, who dwells in Lee, in Esse.\, bee 
liv-ing. You may heare of her if living at Irongate, where boats weekly 
come from Lee. 

I heare my son and daughter Gallup have write to you about that money 
which is due to you by my father's will. I would intreat you to bee .-is 
healpfuU as you can in it. 

It is betwikt 30 and 40 yeares since my father dyed. If you have oi^'.a- 
sion to search ye records, that may bee of some direction t<j yOu. Xnt. 
further, but my due respects to yors with you ; desireing the Lord to returne 
you safe to us in his owne due time, I remaine. 

Your most affectionate Sister, 

MARGERETTE LAKE. 

18 (iimo.) i66r. (Winthrop Papers.) 



276 GENEALOGY OF 



WILL OF JOHN GALLUP OF STONINGTON. 

In the name of God, Amen; the eighth day of June, 1725. I, John 
Gallup, of Stonington, in the count\- of New London, in the Colony 
of Connecticut, in New England province, being sick and weak in 
body, but of Perfect mind and Memory, thanks be given to God there- 
for, Doe make and Ordaine this, my Last vr\\l and Testament. That 
is to say, first, I give and recomend my soul unto the hands of 
God that gave it. and mv bodv I recomend to the Earth to be buried 
in Decent and Christian manner at the discretion of my Executors 
hereinafter named. And as touching such worldly Estate wherewith 
it hath pleased God to bless me with in this world. I doe g^ve. devise 
and dispose of in the foUowmg manner and form. 

Item — I give and bequeath unto my beloved son, John Gallup, the sum 
of five pounds curr't money and one hundred acres of land, viz., my 
part of three hundred acres that was laid out to myself, brother 
Adam Gallup and brother WiUiam Gallup, near a place called Pea- 
agwamsh River by virtue of a Grant from the General Court at Hart- 
ford to my Hon'rd father. Captain John Gallup, late of said Stoning- 
ton, deceased. I hax-ing formerly given my said son, John Gallup. 
by deed of gift and otherwise the full of his portion, as he is ray 
eldest son. 

Item — I give and bequeath to my Lo\-ing Son. Thomas Gallup, the <u-n 
of five pounds curr't money. I having tV.rmerly given him. my -aici 
son Thomas Gallup, by deed of gift and otherwise, the full of h:- 
portion. 

Item — I give and bequeath i<; my Loveir.g Son. Samuel Gallup, tluit !"t: 
of land in said Stoningt'-n. joyning wn Mystick River, where my <■; t 
house stoixl. Also, I g;ve to my <u.:'\ son Samuel them three Divis- 
ions of Land which I had from Plainrield Right now annexed to Vul- 
untown, viz., the division which was my original right and of right 
which I bought of John Fellowes, and that Right which I bougiit 
of Ephraim Kingsbury-. Also my will is that my said sr.n Samuel il ■•-- 
continue with me and my vrife and take the care of us during t;:-- 
whole time of both our naturall lives; then he shall have my tk-a 
dwelling house and part of the land I now improve; that is to say. 
Sixty Rods wide, begining at the Line Division betwen the Williams 
and the Gallups. I say sixty rods wide the whole length of my 
land, it coming to him in consideration of his taking care of and pro- 
viding well for me and my wife the time above sd. Also I give him 
all my husbandry untensils, and all stock of creatures of ever>' sort, 



GALLUP FAMILY. 277 

only to my said son Samuel to pay to my Loveing Daughter, Martha 
Gifford; the sum of forty pounds in stock at Inventory Price. I also 
give my said son Samuel one half of my meadow at Sixpenny Island, 
and one half of my right at Nowaysonk, and half my right of common- 
age in the Town of Stonington. 

Item — I give and bequeath unto my Loveing Son, Nath'U Gallup all ye 
Remainder of my land from the south bounds the whole length of my 
land where I now live, except what I have given to my said son Sam' II. 
Also I give to my son Nath'U all mj- Voluntown Right, divided and 
undivnded, within the Town of Voluntown, and half my rneadow at 
Sixpenny Island and half my right at Nowasonk and half my right of 
commonage in the Town of Stonington, and all other my rights of 
land now or hereafter belonging to me within the Colony of Connecti- 
cut or elsewhere, which I have not disposed off. Also I give to my sd. 
son Nath'U, Eighteen Pounds money which is due to me from my 
brother, Ben Adam Gallup. 

Item — I Give and Bequeath to my Loving Daughter, Martha Gifford, the 
Sum of forty Pounds, to be paid to her as before sd. exprest, I having 
formerly done for her as I was able. 

Item — I Give and Bequeath unto my loving wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Gallup, all 
my household stuff, to be hers to use, give or dispose of as she shall see 
cause. Finally, I do hereby nominate, make and ordain my two sons, 
Samuel Gallup and Nathaniel Gallup, to be my executors of this my 
last Will and Testament, and I do hereby disallow, revoak and disan- 
nul! all other or former wills by me formerly made, ratifying and con- 
firming this and no others to be my last will and testament. In witness 
whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seal the day and year above 
written. 

[Seal] JoH.N' Gallup. 

Signed, sealed, pronounced and declared by the said John Gallup as his last 
Will and Testament, in the presence of 

Manasseh Mi:."k. 
John Noves, 
El.nwthan Mlnok. 
A true copy of the original will on file. Examined. 

Richard Christophers, Clerk. 



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AN INVENTORY OF THE ESTATE OF Mr. BENADAM 

GALLUP^- 

Late of Stonington, who departed this life ye 2nd of 

August, A. D. , 1727. 

£ s. d. 
To a broad cloth coat and jacket, /^j ; a suite of gay sheard 
cloth, /7 

To an old suite of Gray Sheard Cloth, ^4; pr. Leather Breeches, 

To one great coat at ^2 los. and two pr. Lining Breaches at Ss. , 

To two knifes and forks, 4s. ; to an old coat, jacket and breaches. 

To an old pr. breaches of leather. 5s. ; to an old muslin H'dkf., 

To five pr. stockins, 20s. ; to a hat and cap, 17s- 

To three cotton and lining shirts, ^2 7s. ; to a fine shirt, 14s. . 3 i 

To three old cotton and lining shirts, £1 5s. ; two flaning 

shirts, £1, . . . . . . . . . .25 

To two old muslin neckcloths, 2s. ; a pair of boots, ;^i 5s., • i 7 
To one pair new shoews, los. ; and two pair old .shoes, 8s., . iS 

To one cane, 15s. ; to six pounds fourteen shilling and sixpence * 

bill of credit, 7 9 

To two pair old gloves, 5s. ; to ten cotton and lining nap- 
kins, 1 lb. i6s 25 

To six diaper napkins, iSs. ; to a cotton & lining table cloth, irs., i 9 
To six table cloths, i lb. 2s. ; to six lining napkins, gs., . . lit 
To eleven towels, i6s. ; to one pr. fine pillow cases, 12s., . . i S 
To three pillebers, 15s.; to two pairs of new sheats, 3 lbs. . 3 15 
To one pair cotton and lining sheats, 2 lbs. los. , . . . 2 10 

To three pr. cotton and lining sheats, 6 lbs. ; to four pr. new 

sheats, 3 lbs. 10., 9 10 

To one bead and boulster with Boughten Ticking and two pair 
of fianing sheets and two pillows and caces and one flaning 
blankit and one coverlid, . . . . . . 183 

To one bead and Beadstead with home spun Ticking, two flan- 
ing sheats and flaning Blankit, one coverlid and curtains & 
two Pillows and Beadstead all at . . . . : 21 6 

To one bead bowlster, two flaning sheats one flaning Blankins 
and one coverlid at 



To one beadstead, two flaning sheets, one flaning B 

old coverlids and beadstead, 
To three wooling Blankins & one old sheet. 
To one Rugg, 3s.; to an old warming pan. ros. , 
To one Large Brass Kittle, 4 lb. ; to pr. tongs, 4s., 
To two tramells, 13s. ; one Large Iron Pott, 
To '>ne great Iron P(jt, 7s. ; to one Iron pot, 6s., 



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To one pr. And Irons. 2 lb. 3s. ; to an Iron Kettle, 12s., . . 2 
To three Large Pewter Platters, each Ss., . . . - i 

To six pewter Platters at ..... . 

To one pewter Platter, 4s. ; to one Basin & pinte pot, 6s 

To five Poringers, los. ; to other old Pewter, 15s. 

To one Great Chain, 4s,, and seven small chains. 15s., 

To Earthenware, 2s. 4d. ; a stone jugg, 3d., 

To one Spitt, 6s. ; to one hatchet, los. , 

To six milk trays, 5s. 6d. ; six wooden plates, is. gd., 

To one bowle & three wooden dippers & keeler, 

To one sive, is. ; to one old paile and two pegins, 2S., 

To one old churn at 4s. ; one old wash tubb, 5s. 

To one woolen wheel & one Lining Wheel, los. , 

To one old chest at 5s., and old box at is.. 

To one chest los. ; to two Tables, each 6s. 

To one Looking Glass, Ss. ; to pair Stillyards, 5s., 

To one Box at 7s. ; to one jarr, is. 6d 

To one Bible and other books 

To old Arms, los. 

To five cows each, ^4 los. , 

To three cattle of 3 years old, £■},, and three of : 

old, £(i 15s 

To three yearling cattle, £^ los. ; four calves. £2 6s., 

To his Riding horse, ^14; to a sorrell mare and a bay yearling 

Coult, /"S ; to y'i a sorrcU horse. £-, 
To one bay mare and a black C'jv/.c. £'}, los. , 
To old Iron. £1 4s. : to Saddle and Bridle, los. . 
To a Round bitt. 2S. ; to a Grind stone, 6s., 
To Land at Plainheld to say, the house Lott and three i 

Lotts 

To Land at Eagunk, upper End & a coite. 

To a tract of land near Thos. Hewits, 

To a Right on Sixpeny Island 

Sum Total , . . • 583 i3 7 

The foregoing Particulers was Presented to us by Mr. Ben Adam Gallup 
of Groton, and was apprised by us under oath, this 25th day of Septem- 
ber, 1727. 

James Maso.n, 

Peter Crarv.. 



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-_ State ok Connecticl-t, 
Probate District of New London. 

Probate Colrt, January 11. 1S90. 
I, John C. Geary, clerk of -aid court, hereijy certify that -iio wiihi;-! 
foregoing is a true copy of the Inventory of the Estate of V>^i\ Aduiu '. 
lup, late (jf said district deceased on file in the office of said court. 

Attest, JoiiN C. GK\l^v, Clerk- 



I 280 GENEALOGY OF 

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WILL OF WILLL\M GALLUP, OF STOXINGTOX, 

October 3, 1730. 

In the name of God, Amen ; the third day of October, in the year of our 
Lord one thousand seven hundred and thirty. I. WilHam Galhip of 
Stonington, in ye county of Xew Lcnidon, in His Majesties colonv of 
Conecticutt, in Xew England. G entleman. Being sick and weak in bodv, 
but of Perfect mind and memory, thanks be given to God therefor ; calhng 
to mind the mortalhty of my body, and knowing that it is appointed 
for all men once to dye. Do make and Ordaine this my Last Will 
and Testament. That is to say Principally and tirst of all, I give 
and recomend my soul intn the hands of God that gave it, and mv bodv 
^ I Recomend to ye Earth, to be buried in Decent and Christian man- 
ner at the Discretion of my Executors hereafter named. And a-^ 
Touching Such Worldly Estate wherewith it hath pleased Gud to 
bless me in this Life, I give. Demise and Dispose of the same in the 
following maner and form. 

Imprimis — I give and bequeath unto my loving daughter, Mary Xoyes, 
and the Heirs of her body, all my Land and Meadow and Rights 
in Lands within the Town-ship of Plaintield (excepting twelve acres 
on Black Hill and one hundred acres lying on Wallnutt hill) the 
which I give and bequeath unto my loving Daughter, Temperance 
Worthington. and to the Heirs of her body. I also Give and 
Bequeath unto my said Daughter Temperance and the Heirs of her 
Body, all my Lands, houseing and Buildings within the Township of 
St'^nington, and forty acre- of Lan'l lyiug in the Towr.siiin ..:' V'r.- 
untown, southward of Francis Smith -. and my \'^.".untown I\;_;::t uu'l 
Lott in sd township, and also a piece of Salt Marsh upon Sixpenny 
Island, lying southward of the upland, as it is staked out, and all 
my part of upland on said Island. 

Item — I give and Bequeath unto my Loving Grand.son, William Xoyes, 
all my Lands and Rights in Lands in the Township of Groton, in 
the county of Xew London, and the X^orthernmost Peice of Salt 
Marsh on Sixpenny Island; and in case my said Grandson dyes before 
he attains to ye age Age of Twenty One Years, or without Issue, 
then his part shall be equally divided among his Surviving brethren. 

Item — I give and bequeath unto my said Grandson, William X'oyes, my 
Silver Hilted Sword. The rest of my movable Estate I give to be 
equally divi'lcd between mv two <lau'.4-hters, Marv X'oves and Tem- 
perance Woi'thiiii^ton, and I dr) Xoir.mate and Appoint Mr. A'lani 
G^Lliup of dr. ton. au'l Mr. Xathanie'i Gallup of said .Stoncinytown. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 281 

to be Executors o£ this my Last Will and Testament, and I do 
hereby utterly Disalow, Revoke and Disanull all former Testaments, 
Wills, Legacies, Bequests and Executors by me in any ways before 
Nominated, Rattifving and confirming this, and no other to be my 
Last Will and Testament. In Witness whereof I have hereunto sett 
my hand and scale this Day and Year above written. 

[Seal] Wiixi.\m Galllp. 

Signed, Sealed. Published, Pronounced and Declared by ye said William 
Gallup as his Last Will and Testament in presence of us the sub- 
scribers. 

Jos. Stanton, 
Slmmers Clarke, 
Elnathan Minor. 

New London, June 3, 1731. 
Mr. Jos. Stanton and Mr. Summers Clarke appeared in a Court of 
Probate and made Solemn Oath that they saw Mr. William Gallup 
Sign and Seal this Instrument and Declare it to be his Last Will 
and Testament, and that at the doing thereof he was of perfect 
mind and memory, in their judgement, and that they together with 
Elnathan Minor, set their hands to the same as witnesses in the 
presence of the Testator. 

Test. Rich'd Christophers, Clerk. 

State of Connecticut, 
Probate District of New London. 

P''.obate Col'rt. January 11, 1S90. 
I. John C. Gear}', clerk of said court, hereby certify that the above 
and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the will of William Gallup, 
late of said Proljate District, deceased, on tile in the office of said court. 
Attest, John C. Geary, Clerk. 



WILL OF BENADAM GALLUP, OF GROTOX, 
August 28, 1755. 

In the Name of God, Amen. I, Ben-adam Gallup, of Groton, in the 
County of New London, and Colony of Connecticut, yeoman, Being 
Sick and Weak in Body, but of sound minde and memory, and 
knowing it is appointed for all men once to Die, do make and 
ordain this my Last Will and Testament. Principally I Give my 
Soul to God and my Body I Recomend to the Earth to be buried. 
And touching such Worldly Estate wherewith it hath Pleased God 
t<j Bless me in this Life, I Dispose of the same in the Following 
manner and form: 



282 GENEALOGY OF 

Imprimis — I order and Impower my Executors hereafter Named to sell 
all my Lands and Rights in Lands in Voluntown, in the county of 
Windham, Except the Cedar Swamp, and the money to be improved 
towards paying depts, funerall charges and charge of administration. 

Item — I Give to my Beloved wife, Eunice Gallup, my Negjo Girl named 
Cloe; also I g^ve her one-third Parte of ye Remainder of my movable 
Estate after depts and charges as above said are paid to be to her 
for ever. I also Give her the use and improvement of one-third 
parte of my Real Estate in the town of Groton alToresaid, during 
her Naturall Life. 

Item — I give to my son, Benadam Gallup, aboute four acres of Land in 
said Groton, Bounded on the North with John Wells, his land on 
the West, with Hubbard Burrows' Land on the South with Bill- 
ings' land, &c., on the East with Salt Water or however otherways 
Bounded, as in the survey thereof ; I also Give to my said son Benadam 
Gallup, besides the Land I heretofore Gave him Ijy Deed, a twelve 
acre Lot of Land in PlainH^ld, in the county of Windham, it Being 
the Southernmost Lott of my twelve acre Lotts Lying at a place called 
the burnt swamp bounded as the same was Laid out and on Record, 
said Parcels of Land I Give and Devise to him, his heirs and assigns 
for ever. 

Item — I Give and Devise to niy son. Henery Gallup, that part of my 
Land in said Groton whereon he now Lives, Bounded as follows: 
Beginning at a stump with stones about it. Being the Northwest 
comer of Capt. Joseph Gallup's Land, thence Northwesterlv a straight 
Line to a white oak tree, being the Southwest corner bound of Sam- 
uel Williams, his Land, and the North West comer bound of ye 
Land I Bought of Stephen WiUiams, Late (jf said Groton deceased. 
as may appear by the deed thereof; thence from said white oak p]ast- 
erly with said Williams, his Land, to a heape of stones, and is said 
Williams' South East Ci^rner and Edmond Fanning's S<.i;:h W.jst 
Corner, and so bounded Northerly with said Fanning's Land ai^i .Mr. 
Wmthrop's twenty Rods, and southerly on said Joseph Gallup'^ Land 
to said stump, with a Dwelling House and Barn thereon and appur- 
tenances thereunto Belonging, to be to him his heirs and assigns for 
ever. 

Item — I Give and Devise to my son, Nathan Gallup, that parte of my 
Lands in said Groton whereon he now lives. Bounded as follows: 
Beginning at a maple tree marked with stones about it, being the 
most Eastward Corner Bound mark of my said son Benadam' s Land 
which I Gave him by Deed, thence Easterly to a Black Oak tree 
marked. Standing on the East side of a swamp, thence near Easterly 
to a mear stone standing on the westerly side of the Highway and 
at the South End of a stone wall, thence Easterly across ye High- 
way to a fence, and still Easterly a Straight Line near ye course 
that the fence stands unto a Brook, and whare said fence joyns to 



GALLUP FAMILY. 283 

said Brook in the Westerly Land of sd Joseph Gallup's Land, 
and so Bounding Easterly on said Joseph Gallup's Land and 
south partly on sd Gallup's Land and partly^ on Thomas Powers, 
his land, and partly on Samuel Morgan's Land, and Westerly on 
my said son Benadam's Land, to said maple tree with ye Dwelling 
House, Barn and appurtenances thereunto Belonging to 'oe to him 
his Heirs and Assigns for ever. 

Item — All ye Remainder of the tract of Land in said Groton whereon I 
now dwell with ye Dwelling House, Buildings and appurtenances 
now on and Belonging to the same, I Give and Devise to my two 
sons, Namely, William Gallup and Thomas Prentis Gallup, to be 
Equally Divided Between them for quantity and Quality, to be to 
them their Heirs and Assigns for ever. 

Item — I Give and Devise to my son, Ebenezer Gallup, all the Remain- 
der of my Lands and Right in Lands in the town of Plainfield afore- 
said with the Priviledgs and appurtenances to the same Belonging 
to be to him, his heirs and assigns for ever. 

Item — I Give to my daughter, Esther Minor, one thousand pounds old 
tenor Bills of Credit, accounting what I have already Given her 
towards making said thousand pounds (that is to say) my account of 
those articles already Given her to be Reconed to her as I myself 
have charged them and to be accounted towards making up said 
sum. 

Item — I Give to my Daughter, Eunice French, one thousand pounds old 
tenor Bills of Credit, accounting what I have already Given her 
towards making said thousand pounds (that is to say) my accour.t i>£ 
those articles already Given her to be Reconed to her as I nrr^^eli 
have charged them and to be accounted towards making up said 
sum. 

Item — I Give to my Daughter, Hannah Allyn, one thousand pounds old 
tenor Bills of Credit accounting what I have already Given her 
towards making said thousand pounds (that is to say) my account of 
those articles already Given to be Reconed to her as I myself have 
charged them, and to be accounted toward making up said sum. 

Item — I give to my Daughter, Sarah Gallup, one thousand pounds old 
tenor Bills of Credit and also a Woman's Saddle and Bridle. 

Item — I Give and Devise to my two sons. Namely, Benadam Gallup and 
Nathan Gallup, all my Lands in Westerly, in Kings County and 
Colony of Rhode Island, to be Equally Divided between them for 
Quantity und Quality, to them and their heirs and assigns for ever. 

Item — I Give and Devise to my four sons. Namely, William Gallup, 
Henery Gallup, Nathan Gallup and Thomas Prentis Gallup, all mj' 
Right of Land Lying on Si.xpenny inland in sd. Groton, to be 
Equally Divided among them for Quantity and Quality, to them 
their Heirs and Assigns for ever. 



284 GENEALOGY OF 

Item — I Give and Devise to my sons, Namely, Benadam Gallup and 
Nathan Gallup, all my Right in the common and undivided Lands 
in New London, in said county, to be Equally Divided for Quantity 
and Quality Between them, to them their heirs and assigns for ever. 

Item — I Give and Devise to my sons, Namely, William Gallup and 
Thomas Prentis Gallup, all my Right in ye common Lands in said 
Groton, to be Equally Divided Between them to them their heirs 
and assigns for ever, Giving to my said son, Thomas Prentis, my 
Silv-er Buttons for Wesscot and Britches. 

Item — I Give and De\-ise to my son, Henery Gallup, my Right or Lott 
of Land in ye Cedar Swamp in Voluntown, in ye County of Wind- 
ham, to him his heirs and assigns forever, and my Silver Coat But- 
tons to him. Sec. 

Item — My Will is, and I order that all ye Remainder of my movable 
Estate, after Debts and Charges are paid and ye Legacy above Given 
to my Wife is taken out as above said, and also a silver headed 
cain and silver Shew Buckels, after mentioned, are taken out, shall 
be by my Executors Disposed of and Improved towards the paying 
of ye above Legacies Given to my Daughters, and the Remainder 
of ye said Legacies Given to my said four Daughters to be paid in 
old tenor Bills of Credit by my four sons, Namply, William, Henery, 
Nathan and Ebenezer, above named in Equal proportion among 
them, and on this condition I give them ye Lands above mentioned. 

Item — I Give to mv (jrandson, Benadam Gallup, my silver headed cain. 

Item — I Give to my Grands'.^n. Benadam Minor, my Silver Shew Buckels. 
I do Hereby N'ji-irare. appoint and ordain my three sons, Benadam 
Gallup. Wiiliain Gallup and Nathan Gallup, Execut(.)rs to this my 
Last Will and Ter^tament, hereby Revoking and making null ar.'! 
void all other former Wills by me made, Rattifying and Contirmmg 
this and no other to be my Last Will and Testament. In witness 
whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty eighth 
day of August, 1775. 

[Seal] Ben Au.^.m G.vi.llf. 

Signed, sealed, pronounced and declared by ye said Benadam Gallup, to 
be his Last Will and Testament in presence of 

HuBB.\RD Burrows, 
HoKERT Maso.v, 

NaIH'l Wll.LI.VMS. 

At a Court of Probate holden in New London, Nov. nth, 1755. *he 
La.st Will and Testament of Lieutenant Ben Adam Gallup, late of ('tV- 
ton, deceased, was exhibited in this Court, and being proved bef'/rc Mr. 
Justice Williams, was approved and ordered to be Recorded. 

The foregoing is a true Copy of Record, Examined. 

Gilbert Sai.to.nst.aei., Clerk. 



\ 

GALLUP FAMILY. 285 

WILL OF JOHN GALLUP, OF VOLUNTOWX, 
July 5th, A. D., 1755. 

In the Name of God, Amen; the tifth day of July, a. u., 1755, I, John 
Gallup, of Voluntown, in ye County of Windham, and Colony of 
Connecticut, in New England, calling to mind the mortalit}- of my 
body, and Knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die, do 
make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament, viz. : Pincipally 
and first of all, I give and Recommend my Soul Into ye hands of 
God that gave it and my body I recommend to ye Earth, to be 
buried in decent Christian burial at ye discretion of my Executor, 
nothing doubting but at ye General Resurrection I shall receive ye 
same again by ye mighty power of God. And as touching such 
worldly Estate as I have not yet disposed of, I give, divise and dis- 
pose of ye same In ye following manner: 

I give and bequeath to Hannah, my beloved wife, fifty pounds in Bills 
of Public Credit old tenor, it being that same which I formerly 
promised to her by an instrument in writing now in the hand of Mr. 
Dorrance ; and also I give unto my said wife one cow together with 
all my household stuff which she brought with her to my house 
after marriage, to be and remain unto her, my said wife, and to her 
heirs and assigns forever. 

I give and bequeath unto my son, Isaac Gallup, whom I constitute, make 
and ordain my sole Executor of this my Last Will and Testament, 
all my lands not yet disposed of unto him, his heirs and assigns for- 
ever; and I also give to my said son all my books and clothes with 
all my movable Estate and household stuff excepting that which I 
gave to my wife as above said. 

I give unto my Eldest daughter, Elizabeth Frink, one hundred pounds, 
old tenor Bills of Credit. 

I give unto my daughter. Martha Douglass, one hundred pounds old 
tenor in bills of credit. 

I give unto my daughter, Hannah Kinne, one hundred pounds old tenor 
in bills of credit. 

I give unto my daughter, Dorothy Reed, one hundred pounds old tenor 
in bills of public credit. 

I give also to my son, John Gallup, five pounds old tenor in bills of 
public credit, the above said bills of credit to be raised and levied 
out of my estate and paid to my four daughters and my S'jn John, 
to each of them as before mentioned or ye equivalent in other money 
by my executor, within one year after mv decease. 

And I do hereby utterly disallow, revoke and disannul all un'\ 'jvery 
other former Testaments, Wills. Legacies and bequests and E:-;ij'^':'.ors 
by me in any ways tjefore named, •.villed and licqr.eathcd. i\.i',;tving 



286 GENEALOGY OF 

and confirming this and no other to be my Last Will and Testa- 
ment. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal 

the day and year aboye written. 

His 
[Seal] John x Gallup. 

*- mark. 

Signed, sealed, published, pronounced and declared by ye said John 
Gallup as his Last Will and Testament in the presence of us yc 

subscribers. ^ _^ 

Daniel Harris, 

Thomas Cole, Jr. 

Ebenezer Dow. 



WILL OF LSAAC GALLUP, OF STERLING, 

March 3d, 1798. 

In the Name of God, Amen. This third day of March, one thousand 
seven hundred and ninety eight, I, Isaac Gallup, of Sterhng, in ye 
county of Windham, Being of Sound and Disposing mind and mem- 
ory, thanks to Almighty God therefor, calling to mind the mortality 
of my Body, do make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament. 
And as touching such wordly Estate as it hath Pleased a gracious 
God to Bless me with all, viz., what is not already Disposed of By 
Deed or otherwise, I Give, Bequeath and Dispose thereof in manner 
and form following, after Resigning and Reconunending my Soul '.<> 
Almighty God, from whom I received it. and my Body to ye Du~: 
to be Decently F.uried By n-iy Executor hereafter Named. 

Item— I Give a"'l Bt-oiieath :■> Ma'-aret, my well beloved wife, all my 
household furniture and uten-i'.s of every kmd, to be hers and her 
disposal forever. Also the fret use of my mantion House, whert^ i 
Now Dwell, and a privilege in the cellar, and one Horse to Rk'c 
when and where she pleases, and that she be found and provided 
with Suitable Meat, Drink and Apparrell, Doctors, Nurses, &c.. m 
Sickness and Health During her Remaining my widow, and to be 
Decently Buried if she die my widow by my E.xecutor. 

Item— Be it Remembered that I have Given to all my Sons Except 
Jciseph, By Deed and otherwise, all and every portion of their sev- 
eral portions of my Estate. 

Item— I Give and Bequeath to Elizabeth, my well beloved Daughter, the 
wife of the Rev'd Micaiah Porter, One Hundred Pounds, to be paid 
in one year after my decease, which with what I have Given Ik:' 
heretofore, is her share of my Estate; and also one Riding Ilnr-e. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 287 

Item — I give and Bequeath to Martha, my well beloved Daughter, wife 
of Benjamin Gallup, One Hundred Pounds, to be paid her in two 
years after my decease, over and above what I have heretofore given 
her. 
Item — I give and Bequeath to my Beloved Daughter Margaret, wife of 
Adam Kasson, One Hundred Pounds, to be paid in three years after 
my decease, and also one Good Chest of Drawers, two Good Tables 
and such other furniture, all shall make hers Equall to her two sis- 
ters, i. e. to either of them : and also one Riding Horse. 
Lastly — I Give, Bequeath and Devise to my son Joseph all the Remain- 
der of my Estate, Reall, personal or mixt. whether in possession, 
Revertion or Remainder, and I hereby constitute and appoint my 
said son Joseph Sole Executor of this my Last Will and Testament, 
and Revoking all former ^nlls by me made. Do Declare this only 
to be my Last Will and Testament. In witness whereof I have set 
my Hand and Seall the Day and Date above mentioned.. 

[Seal] Isaac Gallup. 

Signed, Sealed, Proclaimed and Declared in the presence of us. 

Samlel Cole, 
Thomas Cole, 
MiRL\M Cole, 
Caleb Cushinc. 

Windham County, ) 

Sterling, August 29, .\. d., 1799. ) 
Personally appeared, Caleb Cushing and Samuel Cole, and made oath 
that they saw the within named, Isaac Gallup, sign and seal the within 
Will, and that they heard him proclaim and declare the same to be his 
Last Win and Testament, and they together with Thomas Cole and 
Miriam Cole signed the same a.s witnesses in presence of each other and 
of the Testator, and that they judged him to be of sound mind and 
memory and capable of Executing said Instrument. 

Sworn before me, 

John Wvlie, Justice of Peace. 



WILL OF JOSEPH GALLUP, 

Stoning-ton, Conn., November 30, 1760. 

In the Name of God, Amen. This 30th Day of November. Anno Ddniini. 
1760, I. Joseph Gallup, of Stonington, in the County of New London, 
and Colony of Connecticut, in New England, Being Sick and weak 
of Body but of Perfect Minde and Memory, for which I thank God, 



288 GENEALOGY OF 

now calling to mind the mortality of my Body, and Knowing it is 
appointed for all men Once to Die, do therefore Constitute, Ordain 
& Appoint this my Last Will and Testament, that is to say, first f)f 
all, I Recommend my Sole into the hands of God that Gave it and 
my Body to the Dust, to be buried in Decent Christian Burial, not 
doubting but that I shall receive the same again at the General 
Resurrection, by the Mighty Power of God, and as touching such 
Wordly. Estates as it hath Pleased God to Bless me with in this 
Life, after my just debts & funeral charges are paid, I Give and 
Dispose of in the following manner and form, \-iz. : 

Imprimis — I Give & Bequeath unto my well Beloved wife, Eunice Gal- 
lup, one Third Part of my Personal Estate after all my Debts & 
Funeral Charges are paid, and also my Negro Woman Cate it- 
Indian Girl named Hannah, to be to her & her Heirs & assigns for- 
ever, & one Third of my Farm I now Live on, & one Third of my 
Orchards, on said Farm, also one Third of my House & Barn on 
said Farm, to be For Her use and Improvement During her nat- 
ural Life, all of which is for Power of Dower and Right of Thirds. 

Item — I Give to my Dutiful Son, Joseph Gallup of Groton, my Silver 
Shooe Buckels, my Best Sute of waring apparel, to Be Received by 
him one month after my Discease, which is his Full Part of my 
Estate with what he hath already Received. 

Item — I Give to my Dutiful Son, Elisha Gallup of Stonington, the Farm 
he now Lives on with the Buildings & appurtenances Thereunto 
Belonging, tf) be to him His Heirs and assigns for Elver; als'i one 
Third Part of my Salt mash Lying on Sixpenny Island, in Mv'^tiek 
River; also about Four .^cres of Land Lying Ea.-^tward of a Hro. )\ 
Caled Back Plain Brook, adjoining westerly on said Brook. Xorth- 
erly & Easterly on Nathaniel Gallups Land, cV Sotherly on Captain 
George Denison's Land; also I (iive ' >ne Third Part of my wanr.g 
apparil which is not willed to nu' .~^"". Joseph. 

Item — I give unto my Dut'.full Son. ();:-;r Gallup of (iroton. I'r.c Far:"- 
he now Lives on with the Huil''.;:".gs and appurtenances t;i'--:"c-to 
Belonging, to be to him his Heirs a:Kl assigns for Ever, which :- 
all the Land I have in Groton Exsepi Salt Mash on Sixpenny Island, 
the part of which I give to him in manner and Form above said ; 
also I give him one third part of my wearing apparil after my Son 
Joseph hath had what is willed to him. 

Item — I give to my Dutiful sfm, William Gallup, who now Lives with 
me, all my Farm & Buildings I now Live on Except about Four acres 
of Land lying East of a Brook Called Back Plain Brook, which I 
have before willed to my Son Elisha, my said son William to take 
Possession of two thirds of said Farm and appurtenances at my 
Death, and the other Third at my wife's Death ; also one third part 
of my Salt mash on Sixpenny Island, all to be to him His Heirs <t»; 
assigns For Ever; also one third of my Waring Apparil besides what 
I have willed to my son Joseph. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 289 

Item — I give unTu my Two Beloved Daughters, viz., Martha, wife of 
Amos Denison of Stonington, & Eunice, the wife of John Bilhngs of 
Preston, to Each Twenty Pounds Lawfull money, to be paid to them 
by Executors one year after my Death, which is the Full of their part 
with what they have already Received. 

Item — I give unto the Eldest son of Each of my Children which are mar- 
ried one Dollar, to be paid to them by my Executors one year after 
my Death. 

Item — I give unto my Two Dutifull Daughters, Phebe & Lucy Gallup, all 
the Remainder of my Estate, to be to them and their Heirs & assigns 
For Ever, to be equally divided between them. 

Finally — I do hereby Constitute, Ordain and Appoint my Beloved ii; Faith- 
ful wife, Eunice, & my Dutiful Sons, Joseph and Elisha, to be my 
Executors to this my Last Will & Testament, Rattifying & Confirm- 
ing this & no other to be such. In witness whereof I have hereunto 
Set my Hand & Seal the Year & Day above written. 

[Seal] Joseph G.ali.up. 

Signed, sealed, published, Pronounced & Declared by the said Joseph 
Gallup be his Last Will and Testament in Presence of 

John Willi.\.ms, Jun. 
George Williams. 
PEL.A.TIAH Fitch. 

19 



GALLUT FAMILY. 



•291 



I N D K 



Descendants of JOHN GALLUP, the Pioneer, 
Bearing the Surname of Gallup. 



The * at the left hand of the name indicates that some fur- 
ther history of the individual is ^ven in the next generation, 
and can be readily found by the number. 



FIRST GENERATION. 



John 



CHILDREN OF FIRST GENERATION. 



Date of 
Birtli. 



*John 
— tjoan 



Margi- 
nal So. 

2 

3 



Date of 
Birth. 



*Nathaniel 
*Samuel 



L'UI.NO. 

5 

4 



CHILDREN OF SECOND GENERATION. 



1664 


Abigail 


20 




Margaret 


15 


1655 


*Benadam 


9 




*Mary 


14 


1664 


*Benjamin 


23 


1651 


Mary 


16 




*Christobel 


12 


1668 


Mar>' 


24 




*Elizabeth 


13 


1659 


Meh'itabel 


19 


1653 


^Esther 


8 


1658 


Nathaniel 


2 I 


1644 


*]rlannah 


6 




Samuel 


1 1 


1654 


Hannah 


17 


1656 


Samuel 


18 




*John 


7 


1658 


*William 


10 


I66I 


*Joseph 


23 









292 



GENEALOGY OF 



CHILDREN OF THIRD GENERATION. 



Date of 




Margi- 


Date of 


Margi- 


Birth. 




nal Xo. 


Birth. 


nal N.i. 


1693 


*Benadam 


36 


1698 Marg-aret 


3S 


1696 


* Benjamin 


32 


1683 Martha 


27 


1698 


Benjamin 


47 


1695 *Mary 


41 


1689 


Elizabeth 


29 


1690 *Mercy 


35 


1685 


Esther 


34 


1686 Nathaniel 


44 


1683 


*Hannah 


33 


1692 Nathaniel 


30 


1698 


Hannah 


42 


1687 *Samuel 


28 


1688 


Hannah 


45 


1688 Sarah 


40 


1694 


Hannah 


46 


1701 *Temperance 


43 


1675 


*John 


25 


1682 bap. *Thomas, 


26 


1695 


* Joseph 


37 


1695 William 


31 


170I 


*Lucy 


39 







CHILDREN OF FOURTH GENERATION. 



1745 
1716 

1736 

1739 
1721 
1714 
1728 

1727 
1718 
1721 
1738 
1719 

1725 
1712 
1724 
1720 

1725 
1721 

1747 



Anna 
*Benadam 
*Benjamin 
*Benjamin 

Dorothy 
*Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 
*Ebenezer 
*Elisha 

Esther 

Eunice 

Eunice 

Hannah 
*Hannah 
*Henr>' 
* Isaac 
*John 
*John 

John 
* Joseph 

Lois 

Lucy 



60 

73 
68 

70 

53 



03 

80 
86 
74 
75 
89 
52 
82 
78 

49 
54 
62 

71 
85 
76 
91 



I7I6 


*Martha 


51 


1733 


Martha 


67 


I72I 


*Martha 


84 


1737 


*Mary 


57 


1745 


Mercv 


59 




Mary' 


— -t 


1730 


Margaret 


66 


1733 


Mehitable 


56 


1725 


Mercy 


64 


I7I8 


* Nathaniel 


61 


1727 


*Nathan 


79 


1729 


*01iver 


87 


1740 


Priscilla 


5S 


1742 


Prudence 


90 




Sarah 


83 


1722 


Thomas 


63 


1727 


*Thomas 


65 


1734 bap. *Thos. Prentice 81 


1737 


L^zziel 


69 


1710 


William 


4S 


1735 


*William 


88 


1723 


♦William 


77 



GALLUP FAMILY. 



293 



CHILDREN OF FIFTH GENERATION. 



Date of 




Margi 


Birth. 




nal No 




Abigail 


^54 


1762 


Abigail 


166 


1754 


*Alma 


128 


1755 


*Amos 


1.16 


1770 


Amy 


136 


1761 


*Andre\v 


176 


1748 


Anna 


199 


1775 


Anna 


220 


1752 


*Asa 


127 


1761 


*Benadam 


96 


1741 


*Benadam 


J56 


1758 


* Benjamin 


130 


1774 


*Benjamin 


138 


1759 


Charles 


21 1 


1764 


^Christopher 


183 


1784 


Cynthia 


143 


1755 


Daniel 


105 


1754 


*David 


123 


1776 


Denison 


208 


X765 


Dorothy 


1 10 


1757 


Ebenezer 


180 


1768 


* Edward 


207 


1779 


Elias 


222 


1755 


Elisha 


202 


1766 


*Elisha 


206 


1755 


*Elizabeth 


93 


W53 


Elizabeth 


1C4 




Esther 


125 


1 7S0 


Esther 


141 


1746 


Esther 


159 


1769 


Esther 


197 


1750 


Esther 


200 


1787 


Eunice 


144 


1755 


*Eunice 


174 


1758 


Eunice 


203 


1762 


Eunice 


214 


1763 


*Ezra 


119 


1765 


Gardner 


195 


1751 


*George 


114 


1766 


Gideon 


184 


1761 


Gilbert 


21 2 


1771 


*Gurdon 


198 


1756 


Hallct 


168 



Date of 


Mar?!. 


Birth. 


nal ^''o. 


1748 


Hannah 


LOI 


1757 


*Hannah 


17 




Hannah 


32 


1744 


Hannah 


58 




Hannah 


71 


1758 


* Henry 


'75 


1766 


*Isaac 


98 


1742 


*Isaac 


'59 


1749 


*John 


92 


I751 


*John 


[03 


1750 


*John 


21 


1753 


John 


[62 


1758 


*John 


'92 


1777 


John S. : 


22 I 


1759 


Jabish 


[O7 




Jacob 


'52 


1761 


* Jacob 


[82 


1749 


James i 


60 


1767 


*Jared 


77 


1748 


Jerusha 


[20 


I75I 


*Jesse 1 


61 


1766 


Jonathan 


96 


1772 


*Joseph 




1752 


*Jonathan 


2 2 


1750 


Joseph 


89 


1754 


Joseph 


91 


1760 


* Joseph 


:c4 


1769 


*Josc])h Adam 


! iS 


1760 


*Josiah 


'_> > 


1790 


Keturah 


4- 


1760 


*Levi 


18 


1773 


*Lodo\vick 


86 


1768 


*Lois 


'85 


1760 


Lucretia 


93 


1776 


Lucy 


'39 




Lucy 


C46 


1772 


Lucy : 


fi9 




Luther 


r48 


1754 


Lydia 


'67 


1768 


Margaret 


99 


1753 


Margaret 


'5 




Margaret 


124 


I7=i6 


Margaret 


'-y 



294 



GENEALOGY OF 



Date of 
Birth. 




Mar-ri- 
nal No. 


Dat«^ of 
Birth. 




Marei. 
nal Xo. 


1782 


Margaret 


142 




Priscilla 


149 


1772 
1753 
1783 


Marcy 
]\larcy 
Martha 


137 
201 
224 


1755 
1760 


Prudence 
Rebecca 
*Robert 


163 
188 


1757 


Martha 


94 


I761 


*Samuel 


108 


1761 


Martha 


131 


1746 


*Samuel 


I 12 


1778 
1762 


Martha 
Martha 


140 

205 


1773 


Sarah 
Sarah 


153 
172 


1763 

1759 


Mary 
Mary 
Marv 
*Mary 
Mehitable 


155 
169 
213 

181 
147 


I751 

1752 

1749. 

1756 

1750 


Sarah 

Sarah 
*Silas 
*Susan 
*Thomas 


178 
190 

113 
164 
126 


1758 


*Xathaniel 


95 


1768 


Thomas 


135 


1744 


Nathaniel 


III 


1758 


Thomas 


187 


1765 


*Nathaniel 


^33 


1756 


Thomas 


210 


1763 


*Xathan 


109 




*Uzziel 


151 


1754 
1751 


Nathan 
*Nehemiah 


179 
173 


1764 
1749 


*William 
William 


97 
102 


1763 


Oliver 


215 




*WilIiam 


170 


1754 
1765 


Oliver 
Perry 


209 
216 


1767 
1757 


William 
*Wheeler 


217 
106 


1781 
1762 


Phebe 
Phebe 


223 
194 


1767 


Zeruiah 


134 



CHILDREN OF SIXTH GENERATION. 



I79I 


Abel 


311 


1792 


*Asa 


341 


1786 


*Abigail 


302 


1785 


Asa 


344 


1807 


Abigail 


320 


1814 


*Asa Lyman 


422 


1787 


Amos 


295 


1792 


Asa 


432 


I8I2 


*Amos J. 


332 


1800 


*Ashley 


367 




Amy 


270 


1796 


*Aver\- 


3^3 


1808 


Amy 


3^3 


1777 


*Benjamin 


335 


1774 


*Anna 


276 




*Benjamin 


342 


1787 


*Anna 


378 


1790 


Benjamin 


347 


1805 


Anna 


415 


1801 


*Benjamin 


36r 


I8II 


*Andre\v Henrv 


421 


1811 


*Benjamin 


364 


1798 


♦Alfred 


414 


1797 


*Benjamin 


399 


I8I9 


*Asa Oran 


446 


1766 


*Benadam 


37' 


1781 


*Asa 


337 


1792 


Betsey 


240 



GALLUP FAMILY. 



295 



Date of 




Margi- 


Date of 




Marsi- 


Birth. 




nal Xo. 


Birth. 




ual No. 


1793 


Betsev 


395 


[800 ' 


*Esther 


461 


1796 


Beebe D. 


459 


1790 


Eunice 


394 




Bridget 


322 


f794 


*Eunice 


417 


1768 


Bridget 


372 


[805 


Eunice 


480 


1803 


Calvin 


253 


[794 


*Ezekiel 


306 


1784 


Catharine 


392 


1787 


*Ezekiel 


473 


1802 


Caleb H. 


405 


1787 


*Ezra 


308 


1804 


Celia 


440 


1795 


Experience 


231 


1805 


Caroline 


319 


[780 


* Fanny 


285 


1802 


Charies 


317 




Fanny 


323 


1795 


*Charies R. 


398 


1787 


*Fanny 


393 


1784 


Charies 


339 


1814 


* Fanny M. 


444 


1800 


Chariotte 


248 


t797 


*Francis 


236 


1801 


*Chester 


343 


[812 


*Franklin 


471 


1809 


*Christopher M. 


437 


rSoi 


Frederick 


466 


1813 


Cynthia 


244 




Frederick 


451 


1778 


Daniel 


25S 




*Frederick 


481 


1789 


*Daniel 


456 


r786 


George 


237 


1790 


David 


326 


C777 


*George 


293 


180S 


*David 


330 


[801 


George 


301 


1773 


Desire 


374 


t793 


*George 


476 


1808 


*Desire 


416 


[806 


George G. 


485 


1786 


Dolly 


260 


805 


*Giles 


468 


1783 


Dolly 


261 


799 


Grace 


465 


1825 


• *D wight 


447 


798 


Gurdon 


460 


1795 


*Ebenezer 


292 


798 


Gurdon 


464 


1793 


^Ebenezer 


429 


789 


*Hannah 


230 


1800 


*Ebenezer 


413 


[782 


Hannah 


259 


1806 


Elisha 


254 


t775 


*Hannah 


277 


1792 


*Elisha 


410 ] 


785 


Hannah 


zSS 


1798 


*Elisha 


478 


[790 


Hannah 


310 


179I 


*Eli 


291 ] 


788 


Hannah 


34^ 


1798 


*Elias 


384 


788 


Hannah 


356 


1803 


Elihu 


3^^ 


780 


Hannah 


390 


1803 


*EIihu 


3-^7 


801 


Hannah 


4C1 




Elizabeth 


-35 


786 


Hannah 


454 


1785 


Elizabeth 


262 


796 


*Hallet 


403 


1789 


Elizabeth 


268 ] 


791 


Harvey 


234 


1800 


Elizabeth 


316 1 


798 


Harriet 


419 


1783 


Elizabeth 


406 1 


794 


Harriet A. 


484 


1795 


*Elizabeth 


433 ' 


789 


Huldah 


264 


1798 


Edmund T. 


396 1 


810 


Henry Joseph 


424 


1795 


*Erastus 


246 1 


781 


* Isaac 


227 


1800 


Erastus 


385 




Isaac 


340 


1795 


*Esther 


313 1 


794 


Isaac 


349 


i8ri 


Esther 


331 J 


800 


Isaac 


252 



296 



GE2TEAL0GY OP 



Date of 
Birth. 




Marffi- Date of 
nal^o. Birth. 




Marsri 
nal Xo. 


1719 


* Isaac 


379 


[801 


Lucy K. 


438 


17SS 


James 


23S ] 


796 


*Lucy 


463 


I771 


James 


373 1 


797 


Lucinda 


365 


1798 


James D. 


404 1 


802 


Luther 


368 




James A. 


482 


1784 


Lucretia 


454 


179I 


*Jabez 


297 1 


794 


*Luke 


411 


1794 


*Jabesh 


382 


784 


Lydia 


280 


1787 


* Jacob 


426 




Lydia 


324 


1782 


*Jesse 


391 ' 


797 


*Lydia 


431 


1775 


John 


225 ] 


791 


* Lyman 


357 


1795 


*John A. 


241 ] 


790 


Margaret 


239 


1797 


John 


251 1 


776 


Margaret 


283 


1787 


*John 


267 1 


[799 


Margaret 


351 


1777 


*John Enos 


278 


[828 


Margaret 


448 


1789 


*John D. 


296 


t784 


Martha 


228 


1789 


John 


325 


1813 


Martha 


255 


1807 


*John 


329 


[796 


Martha 


299 


I781 


*John 


338 


[792 


Martha 


34S 


1799 


John 


350 


[796 


Martha 


434 


1776 


*John 


375 


t795 


Martha 


477 


1787 


John S. 


408 




Mar}^ 


269 


182I 


John P. 


446 


1778 


*Mar}' 


389 


1783 


John Gardner 


453 


^799 


Marv A. 


400 


1805 


John Gardner 


462 


794 


Mary 


458 


1808 


Joseph Henry 


423 


[807 


Mary A. 


469 


179I 


*Joseph 


- 457 ] 


:785 


Mercy 


472 


1S03 


*Joseph 


467 


Sco 


]\Iiriam 


479 


1-89 


* Joseph 


474 


L798 


*Millen 


366 


1769 


*Joshua 


273 


[809 


Moses 


354 


1780 


Jemima 


279 


[798 


*Nathaniel 


242 


1793 


*Josiah 


397 


[787 


*Nathaniel 


263 


1807 


*Julia A. 


436 


[770 


^Nathaniel 


274 


1794 


*Kinne 


359 


797 


*Nathaniel 


300 


1799 


Kesiah 


360 


804 


Nathaniel 


362 


1816 


Lewiston 


445 


801 


*Nathan 


272 


1793 


Lewis F. 


483 


1786 


*Nathan 


281 


1789 


*Levi 


303 


L787 


* Nathan 


289 


1809 


*Lodo\vick C. 


442 


[791 


*Nathan 


304 


1784 


Lois 


287 


803 


Nathan 


439 


179I 


*Lois 


428 


795 


*Nancy 


41S 


1809 


*Lorin S. 


370 


7 '^5 


*Xehemiah M. 


4^7 


1S07 


Louisa 


441 


So 5 


*Nc1son 


J *. ^ 


1791 


Lucy 


305 


798 


Obadiah 


315 


1786 


Lucy 


345 


81 r 


Oliver E. 


443 


1779 


Lucy 


376 


[790 


Orendia 


^409 


1789 


*Lucy 


427 




Orilla 


452 



GALLUP FAMILY. 



297 



Date of 




Margi 


Birth. 




nal Xo. 


1778 


*Peleg' 


294 


1776 


*Peter A. 


388 




Polly 


450 


1785 


Prudence 


232 


1796 


Prudence 


314 


1788 


Rachel 


233 


1786 


Rebecca 


229 


1789 


Rebecca 


309 


1779 


Rebecca 


336 


1803 


Rebecca 


352 


1785 


*Rebecca 


425 




Robert 


449 


1822 


Rubv 


333 


1805 


*RubV 


369 


1791 


*Russell 


380 


179I 


Sallv 


265 


1774 


Sally 


282 


1774 


Sabara 


256 


1809 


Sabra 


470 


1797 


*Samuel 


271 


1772 


*Samuel 


275 


1792 


*Sarah 


381 


1804 


Sarah A. 


420 


1803 


Sarah 


435 


1793 


Sarah 


312 


1796 


Serviah 


412 



Datf of 




Marsri- 


Birth. 




nal Xo. 


1809 


Sabra 


470 


1802 


*Shubael 


3S6 


1782 


Silas 


286 


1789 


Silas 


290 


1798 


*Silas 


307 


1778 


*Silence 


284 


1793 


Simon 


328 


1781 


Simeon 


377 


1798 


Sybil 


247 


1777 


*Thomas 


226 


1775 


*Thomas 


257 


1813 


*Thomas J. 


321 


1792 


*Thomas Dow 


327 


1775 


Thomas 


334 


1782 


Thomas 


343 


1786 


*Thomas 


355 


1792 


Temperance 


358 


1795 


Temperance 


430 


1793 


*Whecler 


266 


1793 


Welthean 


298 


1805 


William 


353 


1795 


*\Villiam 


402 


1803 


*William Alban 249 


179I 


*Zadock 


475 


I79I 


Zeruiah 


245 


1796 


Zerviah 


412 



CHILDREN OF SEVENTH GENERATION. 



1808 


*Alfred E. 


488 


1839 


Alfred 


407 


1829 


*Alpha 


530 




*Alfred D. 


570 


1823 


*Abigail 


667 




Abigail 


677 


I8I5 


Abigail 


1018 


1796 


*Albert 


608 


1830 


Albert 


736 


1853 


Albert 


772 


1829 


Alida 


997 


1862 


Alice E. 


1016 




Alma 


575 


1835 


Abbie E. 


730 



1836 


Abby J. 


533 


1823 


Almira 


916 


1851 


Adelaide A. 


552 


1842 


Adelaide M. 


1 00 1 


1848 


Adelaide 


lOI I 


1824 


*Alonzo H. 


864 


1809 


Almerin 


625 


1822 


* Amanda M. 


S63 


1822 


Amanda 


986 


1845 


Amelia 


854 


1818 


*Amos 


662 


1827 


Amos A. 


929 


1844 


Amy 


769 


1791 


Anna E. 


598 



298 



GEKEALOGY OF 



Date of 






Margi- 


Birth. 






nal Xo. 


1833 


*Anna E. 




660 


i«35 


Anna 




838 


1829 


Ann 




919 


1847 


Ann B. 




939 




Ann M. 




982 


1824 


*Annis 




857 


I8I0 


*Andre\v E 




562 


1725 


* Andrew J. 




641 


1836 


*Andre\v 




948 




Arnold 




571 


1809 


Asa 




699 


1865 


AsaO. 




975 


I8I9 


Ashbel 




914 




Augusta 




656 


1796 


Austin 




796 


1828 


*Austin 0. 




941 


1825 


Averill 




584 




E. Avery 




676 


1850 


Aver}' 




681 


1823 


Avery 




687 


1847 


*Avery 




835 


I83I 


Aylmer 




1026 


I83I 


Abbie E. 




1 00 1 


1820 


*Alexis T. 




862 


I8I0 


*Benadam 




489 


1804 


*Benadam 




800 


I8I9 


*Benjamin 


A. 


509 


1829 


Benjamin 


L. 


538 


1815 


Benjamin 




559 


1828 


Benjamin 




581 




Benjamin 




649 




Benjamin 




680 


1806 


Benjamin 


Q. 


697 


I8I8 


*Benjamin 


C. 


704 




*Beniamin 


S. 


708 


1826 


*Bt;njamin 


E. 


727 


1823 


*Benjamin 




732 


1828 


Benjamin 


D. 


735 


I82I 


*Benjamin 


V. 


750 




Benjamin 


L. 


762 


1840 


*Benjamin 


S. 


767 


1832 


Benjamin 




911 




Benjamin 




976 


1818 


*Benjamin 


F. 


984 


1836 


*Benjamin 


F. 


1004 


1827 


*Bedent B. 




669 



Dat« of 




ifargi- 


Birth. 




nal >;o. 


1805 


Betsy 


616 


1819 


Betsey 


1020 


1842 


Bezaleel H. 


992 


1822 


*B3'ron 


634 


1842 


Byron 


768 


1833 


Bridget 


932 


1831 


Calvin 


869 


1826 


Calvin 


501 


1834 


Calvin 


879 


1824 


Calvin 


960 


1834 


*Caleb H. 


899 




Catharine 


895 




Carroll 


897 


1839 


Caroline C. 


1043 




Califora 


566 


1819 


Cortland 


754 


1827 


Clarissa 


494 


1825 


Clarissa 


536 




Clarine P. 


1063 


1835 


*Clinton 


721 


1843 


Clinton W. 


759 


1833 


^Charles E. 


497 




*Cliarles 


679 


1852 


*Charles X. 


553 


1814 


*Charles F. 


702 


1812 


*Charles A. 


747 


1814 


Charles A. 


810 


1824 


C. Milton 


755- 


1834 


Charles H. 


850 


1833 


Charles M. 


873- 


1831 


*Charles 


998 


1848 


Charles A. 


looii 


1839 


*Chancey 


526 


1836 


*Christopher 


M. 964 


1826 


Celia 


537 


1837 


Celinda C. 


673 


1^33 


Cordelia M. 


1 04 1 


1833 


Cornelia 


9 '^9 


1846 


Cornelia E. 


1045 




Cynthia 


514 


1806 


Cynthia 


801 


1819 


*Cyrus 


622 


1838 


Charlotte A 


looie 


1819 


Daniel A. 


577 


1822 


*Daniel 


51° 




*Daniel 


565 



GALLUP FAMILY. 



299 



Date of 




Margi- 


Date of 




Margri- 


Birth. 




nal No. 


Birth. 




nal No. 


1837 


Daniel R. 


983 


1830 


Eliza A. 


942 




David 


723 


1824 


Eliza A. 


1035 


1836 


Da\'id 


922 


1813 


Eliza 


901 




Dency 


528 


1830 


Elizabeth 


5-3 


1823 


Dennison E. 


535 




Elizabeth 


574 


1839 


Dwight W. 


781 


1828 


♦Elizabeth 


S37 


1841 


*Diana 


517 




Elizabeth 


845 


1835 


*D wight 


587 


184I 


Elizabeth 


1 00 if 




*Eben 


567 


1827 


Emma 


590 


1827 


*Ebenezer 


934 




Emma 


844 


1808 


Edward C. 


807 


1845 


Emma 


looih 


1842 


*Edward 


691 


1829 


Emma A. 


9S8 


1837 


Edward P. 


731 


1842 


Emily 


S53 


1832 


Edward W. 


783 


1832 


Emmeline 


504 


1817 


*Edwin R. 


821 


1836 


Emmeline 


7S8 


1850 


Edward 


843 


1818 


*Emmeline 


818 




Edward 


973 


1821 


Emmeline 


915 


1845 


Edwin S. 


1009 


i860 


*Elmer E. 


1015 


1836 


Edwin C. 


1042 


1846 


*E. Byron 


770 


1836 


*Edmund 


880 


1816 


Elvira 


572 


1814 


*Elam 


661 


1828 


Elmira K. 


1039 


-1817 


Electa S. 


753 


1846 


Emily 


695 


1819 


♦Electa C. 


773 




Emily 


713 


1842 


Ellen 


790 


1823 


Emily 


752 


1838 


Ellen 


690 


1806 


Emily 


806 


1838 


*Ellen E. 


85' 


1846 


Emily 


S42 


1821 


*Eli, Jr. 


639 


1842 


Emily C. 


853 




Eli 


653 


1843 


Emily 


950 


1796 


Elias 


602 


1818 


Esther 


812 


1800 


*Elias 


613 


1822 


Esther 


S71 


1840 


*Eiias 


S82 


1S27 


Esther 


9 • .s 


1840 


Elias 


924 


1S2S 


P^rastiis 


b26 




Eleazer 


710 


I 83 I 


EuniLc L. 


547 


1821 


*Elon 


623 


1800 


♦Eunice 


610 


1832 


Elihu 


832 


1822 


Eunice 


906 


1826 


Elisha 


1036 




Eunice J. 


1058 


1826 


*Elisha J. 


1047 


1850 


Eugene S. 


-791 




Elisha J. 


1057 


1818 


♦Ezra 


560 


1816 


Elisha 


913 


1834 


Ezra 


5S3 


1825 


Eliza A. 


589 


1840 


♦Ezekiel W. 


674 




Eliza 


714 


1817 


♦Ezekiel 


IOI9 


184I 


Eliza M. 


758 


1828 


Fannv M. 


756 


1804 


Eliza 


805 


1828 


Fanny M. 


1048 




Eliza A. 


847 - 




Francis A. 


764 


1820 


*Eliza 


855 


1833 


Francis E. 


827 


^^33 


*Eliza B 


889 


1830 


Francis E. 


782 



300 



GEyRAT.OGY OF 



Date of 




Margi- 


Date of 




Mar^. 


Birth. 




nal Xo. 


Birth. 




nal ^ 0. 


1834 


Francis 


885 


1811 


* Henry 


631 


182I 


Frances A. 


959 


1834 


*Henr>- T. 


689 


1846 


*Frances D. 


lOIO 


1846 


*Henr}- C. 


785 


1814 


Fidelia 


1029 


1835 


Henry 


833 


1841 


*Frederick 


1006 


1834 


Henry C. 


912 


1823 


*Frederick 


1022 


1844 


*Henrv 


938 




Frederick T. 


1056 


1834 


*Henrv A. 


947 


1855 


Frank C. 


793 


1851 


Henry J. 


953 


1829 


Franklin 


1025 




Henry 


975 




Freelove 


651 




*Henry G. 


991 


1884 


Florence E. 


1017 


1838 


Henrietta 


834 


1833 


Frances A. 


lOOIC 


1819 


Henderson 


718 


1836 


George 


506 


1844 


*Heman B. 


550 


1836 


George B. 


594 


T848 


Hiram P. 


746 


1833 


*George 


643 


1826 


Hiram 


996 




George 


655 


1827 


*Horace 


529 


1832 


George W. 


729 


1827 


* Horace W. 


542 


1831 


George L. 


888 


1839 


Horace 


595 


1836 


George 


740 


1821 


Horace 


686 


1826 


George B. 


1038 


1827 


Horace 


961 


1835 


Giles A. 


1002 


1822 


Horace 


994 




Gilkev 


716 


1830 


Huldah 


582 




Glenn 


647 


1821 


Isaac W. 


534 


1843 


Giles F. 


lOOIg 


1846 


*Isaac B. 


551 


1836 


Gurdon 


looid 


1835 


Isaac 


7.3 7 


1802 


Giles 


614 


1820 


*Isaac 


S19 


1833 


Hannah 


524 


1823 


Isaac 


1034 




Hannah 


659 


1825 


* James H. 


493 




Hannah 


709 


1825 


*James 


521 


1820 


Hannah 


905 


1834 


James H. 


593 


1821 


Hannah 


993 




James 


645 


1835 


*Hannah B. 


1003 


1815 


*James K. 


748 




Hannah A. 


1059 


1793 


* James 


795 


1808 


Hannah 


617 


1820 


James 


813 


1841 


Harriet E. 


548 


1823 


*James A. 


824 


1804 


Harriet 


606 


1822 


James M. 


856 


1825 


Harriet 


815 


1839 


*James H. 


893 


1844 


Harriet E. 


874 


1831 


James 


936 


1830 


Harriet A. 


910 


. 1833 


*James H. 


999 


1834 


Harriet M. 


532 


1851 


Jane W. 


976 


1825 


Harriet 


917 


1824 


Jane 


624 


1836 


Harriet 


944 


1843 


Jane M. 


743 


1842 


Harriette A. 


1044 


1818 


*"jacob L. 


958 


1833 


Harriet E. 


1050 


183I 


Jane M. 


1040 


1831 


*Henry C. 


531 


1837 


Jared A. 


499 


1819 


*Henry W. 


573 


1829 


Jared 


92° 



GALLUP FAMILY. 



301 



Date of 
Birth. 




Marsri- Date of 
nal No. Birth. 




Maiiri- 
nal Xo. 


1809 


*Jabez 


561 


841 


*Laura E. 


945 


1792 


Jemima 


599 I 


82S 


*Leonard H. 


513 




Jemima 


652 I 


833 


*Levi P. 


672 


1819 


*Jemima 


628 I 


824 


Lester M. 


829 


1803 


John W. 


4S7 I 


825 


Lavinia 


933 


1820 


*John D. 


490 




Lizzie T. 


900 


1829 


*John X. 


543 J 


860 


Liliie 


979 


1827 


*JohnR. 


585 


851 


Linda W. 


972 


1843 


John D. 


596 1 


846 


* Louis A. 


946 


1814 


*JohnJ. 


620 I 


856 


*Lodo\vick E. 


973 


1835 


*John 


644 I 


S38 


*Loren A. 


1005 




John D. 


658 I 


831 


*Loring G. 


1049 


1829 


*John B. 


670 1 


823 


Lucy 


520 


1809 


*John 


802 ] 


821 


Lucy E. 


578 


1812 


*John C. 


809 ] 


812 


Lucy 


619 




John I. 


S49 1 


816 


Lucy 


683 


1841 


*John R. 


893 


838 


Lucy E. 


738 


1818 


*John W. 


904 ] 


827 


Lucy A. 


830 


1836 


John X. 


937 


848 


Lucy E. 


742 


1835 


John Jav 


990 ] 


f853 


Lucy W. 


792 


1861 


John M.' 


956 


[811 


*Lucy 


808 


1833 


John D. 


981 


t857 


LucyM. ' 


1014 


1838 


*John P. 


1052 


[840 


Lucy 


840 


1827 


*Joseph 


522 


[820 


Lucy A. 


928 


1843 


^Joseph S. 


549 




Lucy D. 


1060 


1835 


*Joseph A. 


S28 


[858 


Lucinda 


794 


1821 


Joseph 


1033 


^834 


Lucretia 


921 


1828 


Joseph 0. 


1 00 1 a 


[826 


Lucretia 


987 


1823 


Josiah A. 


865 


[829 


Lucy 


935 


1833 


*Josiah 


870 


1864 


Lucy 


980 


1826 


* Josiah 


875 


1831 


Lucian 


592 


1790 


*Joshua 


597 




Lucian P. 


722 




Josephine 


760 


1806 


*Luke 


607 


1840 


*Julius C. 


852 


1822 


Luke W. 


926 


1824 


Julia A. 


588 


1840 


*Luther 


694 


1816 


Julia A. 


621 


1837 


Laura 


766 


1843 


Julia S. 


744 


1804 


*Lydia 


556 


1847 


Julia Ella 


692 




Lydia 


650 


1829 


Julia A 


877 




Mabel 


711 


1828 


Juliett 


688 


1818 


Matilda 


684 


1823 


Julia 


820 


1823 


*Matilda 


640 


1832 


Julia A. 


858 


1843 


Mary 


508 


1831 


*Kinne 


539 


1799 


^Larv 


604 


1795 


Keturah 


601 


1827 


*Mary 


642 




*Keturah 


663 




Mary J. 


682 


1837 


Laura 


766 


1850 


Mary J. 


951 



302 



GENEALOGY OF 



Dat^ of 




Margi- 
nal No. 


Date of 




Margi- 


Birtli. 




Birth 




nal Xo. 


1823 


Mar\' D. 


706 


1829 


Nathan 


591 


1825 


Man- A. 


733 


rSiS 


*Xathan 


664 


1800 


Marv 


798 




*Xathan Y. 


707 


1812 


*Marv A. 


816 


1816 


Nathan L. 


Sii 


1830 


MarV 


831 


1839 


*Nathan S. 


861 


1843 


*Marv 


841 


1848 


* Nathan 


965 




Marv- H. 


848 


1830 


Nathaniel 


503 


1826 


Mar}' 


886 


1835 


*Nathaniel 


525 




Marv E. 


860 


1814 


^Nathaniel C. 


564 


1815 


Mar'v A. 


902 


1798 


^Nathaniel 


609 


1832 


Marv 


920 


1818 


*Nathaniel S. 


749 


1832 


MarV A. 


943 




Nathaniel 


763 


1855 


Mary E. 


954 


1801 


*Nancy W. 


486 


1821 


Martha M. 


491 


1812 


*Nancy 


637 


1842 


Martha 


527 


1838 


Nancy 


949 




* Martha 


657 


1836 


Nancy 


1027 




Martha 


712 


1816 


*Nehemiah M. 


903 


1825 


Martha 


726 


1827 


Nelson 


825 


1843 


Martha E. 


739 




Nelson 


972 


1833 


*Martha M. 


779 


1820 


*Nelson 


719 


1842 


Martha L. 


786 




Newton 


724 


1834 


*Martha A. 


963 


1830 


Newton 


868 


1817 


Martha 


1031 


1831 


*Noves B. 


496 


1838 


Martha 


789 


1853 


Noyes P. 


966 


1825 


Margaret 


668 


1834 


Olive D. 


498 


i8ig 


*Margaret 


518 


1819 


Olive 


751 


1822 


*Marcia • 


775 


1820 


Olive 


925 


1824 


Maria E. 


995 


1823 


Olive 


927 




Maria 


896 


1819 


Olive 


1032 


1S29 


Maria L. 


1037 


1825 


Orra 


580 


1844 


Marcia S. 


105s 


1816 


Oran P. 


979 


1826 


Mason 


908 


1824 


*Orrin 


511 


1^33 


Marshall D. 


757 


1812 


*Orrin W. 


563 


1834 


Melinda 


505 


1849 


Origen S. 


771 


1831 


Melinda 


931 




Orlando 


568 


1823 


Mercy ^L 


544 


1802 


Palmer 


799 


1810 


Mercy D. 


558 




Parkhurst 


715 


1839 


Miranda 


516 


1815 


Paul W. 


633 


1825 


Miriam 


1046 


1821 


Permelia 


1021 




Miriam B. 


1060 


1840 


Perez Oscar 


1053 


1836 


*Milo S. 


780 


1828 


*Phebe 


502 


1828 


Milton 


867 


1799 


*Phebe 


555 




Moses 


612 


1824 


Phebe E. 


907 


1825 


*xMoses E. 


866 


1825 


Phebe 


928 


1853 


Moses W. 


977 




*Philetus 


569 


1804 


Morgan 


615 


1835 


Phineas S. 


784 



GALLUP FA^nLY. 



303 



Date of 
Binh. 




Margi- 
nal No. 


1836 


Pollie A. 


I051 


1828 


Pollie 


1028 


1822 


Prudence 


725 


1815 


Prudence A. 


817 


1815 


Prudence 


957 


1829 


*Ralph P. 


495 


1834 


* Ralph W. 


515 


1858 


Ralph 


978 


1831 


Rachel 


586 


1823 


Rachel E. 


579 


1828 


Rachel 


720 


1854 


Rav D. 


859 


1812 


*Rebekah C. 


701 




Rebekah 


717 


1840 


Rebecca A. 


741 


1815 


Rebecca 


1030 


1844 


* Robert N. 


787 


1S03 


*Rhoda 


605 


1825 


*Rhoda C. 


777 


1844 


*Rosamond C. 


894 


1798 


Roswell 


797 


1817 


Roswell 


804 


1854 


Roswell B. 


1013 


1824 


Roxy S. 


541 


1818 


*Rufus M. 


822 


1828 


Ruth 


887 


1794 


*Samuel 


600 




Samuel 


611 


1810 


*Samuel 


618 


182I 


*Samuel B. 


666 


1837 


*Samuel C. 


891 


1810 


*Sally 


636 


1821 


*Sally 


519 


1844 


*Sarah B. 


500 


1798 


*Sarah 


603 


1819 


*Sarah 


638 


181I 


Sarah C. 


700 


1826 


Sarah 


734 


182I 


*Sarah 


823 




Sarah E. 


846 


1838 


Sarah C. 


881 


1822 


*Sarah M. 


884 




Sarah 


898 




Sarah 


962 


1837 


Sarah 


956 


1842 


Sarah A. 


1007 



Date of 
Birth. 

826 

824 
800 

831 
819 

839 
816 

837 
844 
827 
812 

825 
819 
826 

835 
808 

805 
823 
821 
82S 
840 
823 
829 
796 
814 
840 

849 
816 
828 

845 
824 
826 
858 
820 
829 
838 
827 

827 
820 

832 

825 
842 



Marffi- 
nal No. 



*Sabra 
*Seneca M. 
*Silas 
*Silas 

* Silas 
Silas D. 

*Simeon M. 

Simeon 

Simeon 

Sophronia 

Sophia 

Sophia D. 

Susannah W. 

Susan 

Susan 
*Susan 
*Thomas R. 
*Thomas F. 

Thomas P. 

Tilotson W. 

Timothy 

William 

William W. 
^William A. 
*William 

* William H. 
*William H. 

William W. 

William 

William P. 

William L. 
*William W. 
*William A. 

William 
*William 
*William R. 

William 

William A. 

William 

William 

Wealthy 

Viola 

Younjjs 

Zelotes 1023 

*Zadoc Aug'tus 1054 



512 

635 
485 
646 
665 

1000 
678 

839 
1008 

778 

803 

1062 

545 
685 
872 
890 

557 
696 
814 

705 
876 

540 
492 

546 

554 
632 
671 
693 

703 
728 

745 
776 
836 

955 
883 
909 

923 
940 

974 
1024 

774 
576 

SrS 



304 



GENEALOGY OF 



CHILDREN OF EIGHTH GENERATION. 



Date of 




Marsri- 


Birth. 




nal >o. 


1845 


Abbv J. 


I 104 


1862 


Abbie R. 


1400 


1869 


Ada M. 


1223 


1867 


Ada L. 


1299 


1854 


Ada F. 


1406 


1876 


Ada E. 


1438 


1867 


Ada R. 


1590 


1876 


Ada B. 


1593 


1857 


Ada E. 


1615 


1859 


Ada E. 


1612 


1S46 


Ada I. 


1263 


1880 


Abram P. 


1587 




Adam 


II24 




Adelaide A. 


I 160 


1834 


*Adaline M. 


1448 




Addie 


1523 


1872 


Agnes I. 


II54 


1866 


Agnes 


J572 




Alba 


1191 




Alban W. 


1 150 


i860 


Albert P. 


1207 


1823 


*Albert S. 


1247 


1834 


Albert 


1258 


1S57 


Albert 


1291 




Albert J. 


1308 


1865 


Albert 


1318 


186S 


Albert C. 


1396 


1837 


Albina 


1274 




Alfred 


1142 


1S45 


Alfred 


1293 


1S67 


Allen 


1319 


1872 


Alice I. 


1155 


1^53 


Alice W. 


1506 


1848 


Alice ^I. 


1604 


; 1855 


Alexander 


1584 




Algernon 


1412 


i 


Ameda L. 


1159 


1865 


Alverdo M. 


1080 




Alvira 


1334 


187I 


Ambrose B. 


1084 


1840 


Amanda 


1245 




Ambrose E. 


1304 


; 1846 


Amanda M. 


1375 


1864 


Amos M. 


1501 



Date of 




^rarpi- 


BirtU. 




nal ]Sti. 


1867 


Amie A. 


I153 


1824 


Amos 


I 169 




Andrew 


1566 


1830 


Andrew 


1239 


1872 


Andrew H. 


15S6 


1873 


Anna C. 


II30 




Annie M. 


II5S 




Anna G. 


I181 


1818 


Anna 


1234 




Ann 


14II 


1839 


Ann J. 


1452 


1846 


Anna L. 


1466 




Anna D. 


1472 


1868 


Annie C. 


1496 




Annie 


1569 


1872 


Anna B. 


1574 




Annie 


1596 


1855 


Anna M. 


161 I 




Angeline 


1560 




Arnold 


1202 


1803 


Arthur 


15 10 


1850 


Arthur T. . 


155I 


1867 


Asa L. 


1567 


1858 


Aug-usta 


I lOI 




Augusta 


1268 


1869 


AugTistus 


1623 


1832 


Austin 


1459 


1S70 


Aura 


1 1 08 


iSSr 


Aven- T. 


i4'^'- 


i.:572 


Avis G. 


If23 


1865 


A. Lincoln 


12 iS 


1S20 


*Azor 


1235 


1S5 I 


Bandana S. 


i;,9C 


1845 


Beebe D. 


15.M 


1856 


*Benton 


1286 


1869 


Bert 


1361 




Bela C. 


1 189 


1852 


*Benjamin 


IIIO 




Benjamin F. 


I 152 


1S56 


Benjamin K. 


1379 


1872 


Benjamin E. 


1403 




Betsy 


1272 


1883 


Bertha C. 


1162 


1873 


Burton C. 


1437 



GALLUP FAMILY. 



305 



Dat*- of 
Birth. 




Margi- 
nal > 0. 


Date of 
BirtU 




Boone 


1535 






Burt 


1329 


1859 


1827 


Byron 


ri7o 


1861 


1850 


Caroline E. 


1074 


1874 


182I 


*Caroline 


1246 


1878 


1844 


Caroline 


[262 






Caroline 


1336 


1881 




Caroline 


1345 


1862 




Caroline A. 


1414 


1866 


1874 


Caroline B. 


1420 


1839 


182I 


Caroline W. 


1441 


1834 


1864 


Caroline E. 


1394 


1885 




Carrie G. 


1198 


1842 




Carrie 


1528 


1832 




Carleton 


1 180 


1842 




Camilla 


1514 


1829 


1854 


Charles E. 


1075 


1843 




Charles F. 


1113 


1876 


1836 


Charles A. 


1174 




1849 


Charles D. 


1177 






Charles C. 


1201 


1858 


1863 


Charles E. 


1283 


1853 


1852 


Charles 


12S9 


1824 


1856 


Charles C. 


1297 






Charles 


1312 






Charles 


^333 




1848 


Charles H. 


1376 


1S60 


1S53 


Charles F. 


1378 


1875 


1846 


Charles B. 


1405 


1876 




Charles H. 


1408 


1885 


1875 


Charles L. 


1431 


1859 


1848 


Charles H. 


1467 


1853 


1857 


♦Charles D. 


1470 


1863 


1868 


Charles 


1511 


1871 


1854 


Charles R. 


1552 


1874 




Charles H. 


1562 


1875 


1871 


Charles A. 


1568 


1865 


1863 


Chester D. 


1354 


1864 




Chester A. 


1519 


1835 


1827 


♦Christopher C. 


1064 


1877 


1876 


Christopher M. 


^575 




1874 


Christobcl C. 


1482 


'855 




Clara 


1346 






Clara E. 


1366 


1880 


1870 


Clara M. 


1402 


1858 


1859 


Clara E. 


1616 


1872 



Clara N. 
*Clarence W. 

Clarence E. 

Clarence M. 

Clark B. 

Clement D. 

Cora 

Cora 

Cora B. 
*Cortez B. 
♦Cynthia A. 

Dana 
♦Daniel W. 
♦Daniel B. 

David 

Delia E. 

Delia T. 

Delia H. 

Delos A. 

Denison 
♦Dolly G. 

Dolly L. 

Dorothy 

Dorton O. 

Edgar 

Ed2:ar H. 

Edith 

Edith 

Edmond 

Edna 

Edward B. 

Edward T. 
♦Edward E. 

Edward A. 

Edward C. 

Edward H. 

Edward M. 

Edwin D. 
♦Edwin C. 

Edwin S. 

Effie 

Ella 

Ella 

Ella 

Ella A. 

Ella A. 



306 



GENEALOGY OF 



Date of 




Marpi- 


Date of 


> 


raiei 


Birth. 


nal No. 


Birth. 


n; 


IN.) 


1850 


*Ella M. 1 


469 


1840 


Eunice S. i 


251 


1856 


Ella A. ] 


516 


1828 


*Eunice i 


255 


1851 


*Elbert i 


284 


1825 


Eunice i 


278 


1852 


Eldene 1 


357 


1S38 


*Eunice E. i 


292 


1865 


Ellen 


[118 


i860 


Eunice i 


620 


1856 


Ellen C. 


205 


1864 


Eunice 1 


621 


1891 


Ellen A. i 


214 


1857 


Evelyn 1 


069 


1862 


Ellen 1 


500 


1864 


Ezra S. 1 


079 


1851 


Ellen 1 


504 


1844 


*Ezra A. 1 


218 


1822 


Elias ] 


236 


1820 


Ezra 1 


234 




Elias 1 


271 


1873 


E. Henry 


322 




*Eli H. ] 


305 




Fannie i 


548 


1865 


Elisha J. ] 


622 


1842 


Fannie E. i 


570 


1850 


Eliza D. 1 


203 




Fannie D. i 


309 


1848 


Elizabeth H. 1 


073 


1871 


Fannie i 


321 


1841 


Elizabeth K. 


372 


1852 


Filbert 1 


392 


184I 


*Elizabeth J. i 


453 


1875 


Florence E. 


492 


1865 


Elizabeth j 


557 


184I 


Francis W. 


252 




Elizabeth j 


263 


1843 


Francis D. i 


374 


1865 


Elizabeth 


553 




Francis 


529 


1869 


Elizabeth K. 


^597 




Francis i 


26c 


1837 


Elmina j 


259 


1866 


Frank 


[126 




Elmer 


[522 


1872 


Frank L. 


129 


1879 


Ehvood 


[487 




Frank 


20c 


1868 


Elvira 


[119 


1848 


Frank 


t394 


1863 


Emma 


[128 


1859 


Frank C. 


407 


1856 


Emma I. 


ti35 


1855 


Frank 


507 




Emma 


[197 


i88i 


Franklin H. 


594 


1839 


Emma 


^463 


1867 


Frankie I. 


351 


1817 


Emma 12: 


^45^ 


1846 


*Frederick 


[066 


1847 


Emma A. 


[582 


1869 


Frederick F. 


[13!: 




Emeline 


f335 


i860 


Frederick 


f434 


1853 


*Emerson S. 


f425 


1867 


Frederick A. 


491 


1840 


Emily D. 


t373 


1879 


Frederick L. 


[595 




Enos 


1270 


1871 


Frederick G. 


[62^ 


1873 


Estelle 


1134 


1876 


Frederick 


[352 


1832 


Esther J. 


1173 


1850 


*George 


[109 


1885 


Esther G. 


f423 


1874 


George S. 


[12.1 


1859 


Esther 


1509 


1874 


George B. 


[I32 


1845 


*Era.stus 


1473 




George 


[I47 


1819 


Ethan 


1225 


1844 


George W. 


.176 




Eugene 


1 144 




George 


[175 


1883 


Eugene H. 


1602 


' i860 


*George H. 


[22C 


1855 


Eugene W. 


1 606 




George 


[24c 




Eimice 


1151 


1832 


*George 


[257 


1848 


Eunice 


[277 


1864 


*George B. 


[287 



GALLUP FAMILY. 



30T 



Date of 
Birth. 




>[ar2i- 
nal No. 


1875 


George 


^3-3 




George 


1347 


1S60 


George B. 


13S0 




George F. 


1409 


1875 


George 


1439 


1872 


George P. 


1484 


1880 


George 


1540 


1865 


George A. 


1589 


1824 


*Giles 


1237 




Grant 


1339 




Grace 


1350 


1878 


Grace M. 


1483 




Hallet 


1534 


1872 


Halsey 


14S1 


1842 


Hannibal 


1386 




Hannah 


1517 




Harriet E. 


1156 


182I 


Harriet 


1226 


1834 


Harriet 


1273 




Harriet 


13S2 


1835 


* Harriet W. 


1444 


1869 


Harriet 


1573 


1861 


Harriet 


1125 


1844 


Harriet E. 


1371 




Harriet R. 


1416 


1855 


Harriet B. 


1476 


1837 


Harvey 


1171 


1869 


Harvev A. 


1430 




Helen' 


1314 


1863 


Helen 


1317 


1858 


*Henrv 


1C76 




Henry O. 


1199 


1850 


Henry 


1288 


1837 


*Henrv M. 


1462 


1846 


*Henr'v H. 


1468 


1874 


Henry C. 


1642 


1854 


Henry F. 


1610 


1835 


Henry- 


. 1461 


1858 


Herbert A. 


1222 


1869 


Herbert W. 


1480 


1862 


Herbert A. 


1548 




Hester 


1520 


1872 


Hester J. 


1617 


1839 


Hiram 


1071 


1849 


Hiram W. 


1264 


1861 


Howard H. 


1399 



Date of 




MarRi- 


Birth. 




iial .No. 


1836 


*Hortcnse D. 


1449 


1849 


Huldah J. 


1550 


1851 


Huldah E. 


1217 


1880 


Inez M. 


I 161 




Irad C. 


I3II 


1875 


Isaac J. 


1088 


1872 


Isaac G. 


1096 


1867 


IdaL. 


1299 


1869 


Ida M. 


1223 




Ida M. • 


1554 


1859 


IdaE. 


1615 


1875 


James J. 


1086 


1835 


James A. 


I 164 


184I 


James D. 


I 167 




- James 


1265 


1885 


James G. 


1353 


1838 


James 


1445 


1845 


James P. 


I45I 




Jabez 


I 2 10 


1846 


Jane 


1276 




Janett 


II40 




Jason 


1343 


1867 


James H. 


1405 


1877 


James H. 


1544 




James 


1547 


1862 


James 


1558 


1859 


*Jasper 


1091 


1859 


Jacob 


157I 


1852 


Jeanncttc 


I I 20 


1835 


Jemima 


1-32 


1 85 7 


Jes.sie F. 


ij S I 




Jessie 


1328 


1867 


Jennie H. 


1495 




Jenme C. 


I4I7 


1853 


*John W. 


1068 


1870 


John D. 


1083 


1850 


John L. 


1 102 


1859 


John A. 


1 106 


1899 


John M. 


121 I 


1839 


*John E. 


1260 


1844 


John Enos 


1273 




John 


^3^3 




John 


I. 34 1 


1836 


John B. 


1369 


1832 


*John T. 


1447 


1844 


John 


1454 



308 



GENEALOGY OF 



Date of 
Birth. 




Marfri- 
lal No. 


Date of 
Birth. 


Marci- 
nal No 


1851 


John M. I 


479 


1863 


Lura A. i 


613 


1879 


John W. ] 


499 




Lydia A. i 


14S 


1872 


John E. 1 


367 


1845 


Lydia A. i 


165 


1S50 


John ] 


505 


1858 


*Loren i 


116 




John ] 


530 




Lottie ] 


515 


1875 


John R. 1 


543 


1858 


Lorin 


607 


1859 


Jonathan C. ] 


206 


1866 


Mabel G. i 


395 


1845 


Joseph H. 


216 


1870 


Mabel ] 


512 


1859 


Joseph W. ] 


499 


1870 


Mabel P. j 


557 


1859 


Joseph L. ] 


433 


1822 


Maconda 1 


237 


1864 


Joseph E. ] 


618 


1867 


Mar>' J. ] 


oSi 




Josephiis F. 


146 


1869 


Mary A. 


095 




Josephine K. j 


413 


1861 


Mary E. 


121 


1852 


Jiidie 


114 




Mary K. 


H31 


1863 


Julia A. 


122 


1879 


Mary E. 


143 


1845 


Julia 


^387 




Mary 


185 


1853 


Julia A. ] 


388 


1825 


Mar\' E. 


[229 




Julia 


1527 




Mary 


[24c 


1875 


Julia A. 


.576 


1849 


Mary E. 


[279 


1871 


Julius C. 


497 




Mary E. 


[302 


1856 


Juliett 


[112 




Mar\' A. 


^33^ 


i860 


Katharine i 


298 


1870 


Mary- G. 


f397 




Kinne B. i 


418 


1829 


Maiy E. 


f443 


1872 


Kittie L. 


'363 


1844 


*Mary F. 


1455 


1868 


Laura Y. 


082 


1865 


Marv E. 


f494 




LeanderJ. 1 


187 


1843 


Mary F. 


.465 




Leroy 


'338 


1857 


Mary 


[508 


i860 


Levi^Dwi^i^ht 


[362 


184I 


Mar}' 


146-1 


185 i 


Leonard E. 


[ 100 




Marv- 


1525 




Laura 


'536 


1873 


Mar'v 


[54^ 


1859 


Lillian R. 


389 




Marv 


54^J 


1842 


*Libbie M. 


450 


1844 


Man.- E. 


1549 




Lillie 


f5i5 


1858 


Mary A. 


'557 


1876 


Lily M. 


089 




Madison 


1326 


1877 


Lizzie 


[440 


1873 


Maria L. 


1085 


1836 


Lorenzo D. 


[244 


1870 


Maria P. 


[224 


1858 


Lorin C. 


[607 


. 1838 


Maria T. 


t37c 


1874 


Louisa M. 


[301 




Maria M. 


[521 


1864 


Louisa E. 


[429 




Maria L. 


[614 


1847 


Lucy 


[219 


1853 


* Marion 


fii5 


1832 


Lucy 


1249 


1840 


Margaret 


[242 


1826 


*Lucy E. 


[254 


1866 


Martha E. 


1094 


1853 


*Lucy E. 


t285 


1863 


Martha J. 


'393 


1874 


Lucy 


'356 




Melvin 


1337 




Lucy 


561 




Merritt 


1381 


1855 


Luetta F, 


[221 




Merrett 


1410 



GALLUP FAMILY. 



309 



Date of 




Margi- 


Date of 




Mai}.'i. 


BirtU. 




nal Xo. 


Birth. 




ual Ni>. 


1830 


*Miner 


1256 


1830 


Rosamond 


I 172 




Mina 


134S 




Rosetta 


I186 


1878 


Milton A. 


1577 




Rosalia 


II94 




Morsria 


1349 


1874 


Rose B. 


1398 


1869 


Mav" Belle 


I 107 


1865 


Roscoe 


1360 


• 


May 


1315 


1882 


Rockwell L. 


I4S9 


1831 


*Moses A. 


1243 


1849 


Rufus 


15S3 


1829 


*Mozart 


1446 


1851 


*Russell 


1474 


1833 


Mordecai 


1231 


1859 


Sarah F. 


1077 


1887 


Myron L. 


I2IO 


1854 


Sarah E. 


II05 


1874 


Myrtle G. 


1087 




Sarah A. 


II49 


1844 


*Nathaniel C. 


II95 


184I 


* Sarah E. 


I261 


1824 


*Xathaniel D. 


1253 




Sarah 


1269 




Nathan 


1332 


1855 


Sarah A. 


1280 


1858 


Nellie L. 


IIO3 




Sarah 


1310 


1862 


Nellie 


III7 


1845 


Sarah 


1503 


1874 


Nellie M. 


II39 




Sarah 


1524 




Nellie L. 


1365 




Sarah 


1533 


1880 


Nellie M. 


1578 




Sarah 


1549 




Nellie 


II27 


1879 


Sarah M. 


^569 


1861 


Nelson W. 


1477 


1866 


Sarah A. 


1619 


1863 


Nevada 


1588 




Sabra 


^I'^l 


1875 


Olivia 


1592 


1851 


Samuel C. 


1457 


1856 


Olive J. 


1426 


1862 


Selden 


107S 




Orpha 


I183 


1839 


Seth 


1275 




Orson D. 


I182 " 




Seward 


1342 




Orville D. 


I 184 


1850 


Stella 


1377 


1846 


Oscar H. 


1099 


1878 


Stella H. 


160I 




Oscar B. 


I4I5 




Stanley 


15S0 


1842 


*Osborne 


1072 


183S 


Susan 


124I 




Orves H. 


i^6q 




Susan C. 


1300 


1830 


*Palmer 


M5S 


1S69 


Susan 


1320 




Palmer 


1267 


1867 


Susie E. 


I401 


1883 


Palmer C. 


1579 




Susan 


1531 




Pamelia 


1340 


1878 


Thomas B. 


13^4 


187I 


Pearl 


1538 


1861 


*Thomas S. 


1092 


1873 


Perr>' C. 


1485 


187I 


Thomas N. 


154I 


1849 


Phebe 


1067 




Violetta 


I 192 


1857 


Prentis L. 


1136 




Violetta 


U3I 


1848 


*Priscilla 


1248 


1852 


Viola M. 


1605 


1824 


*Prudence D. 


1442 


1857 


Virgil E. 


1609 


1841 


Richard M. 


1175 


1880 


Vivian Eliza 


1545 


1861 


Richard C. 


1550 


1857 


Wallace 


1358 


1864 


Robert G. 


1093 


1864 


Walter E. 


1478 




Robert 


1327 




W^ealthy 


1384 


1847 


Roswell F. 


1456 


1829 


Wessel 


1230 



310 



GENEALOGY OF 



Diit^ of 




Mariri- 


Birth. 




nal No. 


1854 


William 


I I I I 


1S66 


William W. 


109S 


1S67 


William K. 


II37 




William E. 


II4I 


1846 


*William D. 


I 196 


1S51 


William F. 


1295 




William A. 


1307 


1866 


William H. 


1479 


1S63 


William M. 


1490 


185S 


William D. 


1513 




William 


1526 




William 


1537 


iSsI 


*William A. 


1424 



Date of 




Margi- 


BirtU. 




nal > 0. 


187I 


William 


1591 


1882 


William L. 


1595 


1868 


William 


1300 


187I 


Willie J. 


1355 


1862 


Willis J. 


1428 




*Willard S. 


143- 


1866 


Willard 


1585 




Wilson 0. 


II93 


1867 


*Winnie 


1561 


1834 


Windsor 


1070 


1816 


*Wyatt 


1233 




Youngs 


151S 





CHILDREN 


OF : 


1853 


Albert 


1710 


1846 


*Albert D. 


1715 




Albert 


1723 


1889 


Alice W. 


1759 




Adam J. 


1726 




Ada 


1725 


184S 


Allen 


1700 


1853 


*Alta E. 


1703 


lSu2 


Annie 


1646 


iSSo 


Ann A. 


1657 


I89I 


Arthur W. 


1661 


1869 


Arthur A. 


16.S3 


IS70 


Anna E. 


1735 


1 868 


Arthur S. 


175° 


1877 


Berton 


166S 


1876 


Bertha M. 


1775 


1887 


Beulah B. 


1663 




Byron 


1728 


1874 


Betsy M. 


1782 


1884 


Carl D. 


1688 


i860 


*Carrie L. 


1696 


1S60 


Callie M. 


1770 


1874 


Carl F. 


1774 


1880 


Clarence B. 


1779 


1886 


Clifford T. 


1662 


1877 


Carlton 


1785 


1878 


Celia 


1673 


1880 


Charlotte 


1665 



NIXTH GENERATION, 



1876 



1841 
1870 

1879 
1888 
1884 
1880 

1875 
1862 

1872 
1845 
1848 
1844 

1887 

1872 
1887 
1866 
1878 

1844 
1890 
1891 
1863 



Cora B. 

Cordelia 

Con»-er 

*Cyriis P. 

Daniel W. 

Dolly 

Dorothy F. 

Earl N. 

Earl 

Edward E. 

Edward W. 

Edwin 

Edwin 
*Egbert II. 
*EHas 
*Elizabeth 

Eli 

Elon 

Emma 

Emma M. 

Ernest 

Esther M. 

E Stella^ 

Eunice 

Eunice 

Eugenia L. 

Everett 

Frank A. 



733 
717 
719 
690 
649 
671 

757 
689 

742 
686 

764 
67 i 

7 '4 
oui 
706 

705 
748 

743 
679 

773 
744 
647 
664 
720 
699 
760 
788 
676 





GALLUP FAM] 


LY. 




311 


Datti of 




Margi- Date of 




Mar-i. 


Birth. 




ual Xo. Buth. 




iial Nil. 


1872 


Frank E. i 


684 I 


873 


Jennie A. 


1685 




Frank 1 


698 ] 


863 


Kate P. 


I77I 




Frank i 


732 1 


852 


Laura 


1644 


1856 


*Frank M. i 


762 1 


882 


Latha 


1654 


1S66 


Frank S. 


765 1 


876 


Lena G. 


1 686' J 


1881 


Francis W. i 


754 




Lena 


1729 


1876 


Fanny E. ] 


778 


879 


Lewis W. 


1786 


1888 


Fanny A. i 


784 ] 


883 


Lillian 


1789 


1865 


Florence 1 


677 


850 


Lucy A. 


1643 


1878 


Florence P. i 


758 


861 


*Lucy E. 


1697 


1871 


Frederick D. ] 


680 


855 


Lucy 


1701 


1871 


Georg-e 


645 


[883 


LYdia 


1672 


1882 


George H. 


687 


870 


:\l'ary E. 


1655 


1886 


George B. 


741 


[884 


Mary O. 


1659 


1890 


George B. 1 


745 


[884 


Martha A. 


1660 


1858 


George T. i 


769 ] 


883 


Mary 


1667 


1877 


Grace W. 


650 


873 


MarY A. 


1695 


1868 


Grace W. i 


766 


[871 


MarV C. 


1713 


1868 


Harriet E. 1 


648 




:Mary 


1724 


1877 


Hattie M. 


752 ] 


863 


Mary H. 


1763 


1881 


Harry 


666 


[883 


Marion E. 


1755 


1875 


Harry W. 


768 


[883 


Marian 


1787.'-^ 


1879 


Harrv S. 


766 


t852 


Miles W. 


1709 


1881 


Harry W. 


781 


850 


*Miner W. 


1716 




Harris 


730 




Minnie 


I 731 


1886 


Harold W. 


756 


[878 


Minnie O. 


1734 


1864 


Hannibal C. 


t749 


[867 


Mordecai S. 


1694 


1859 


Henry A. 


704 




Nathaniel 


1722 


1873 


Henry 1 


737 


881 


Nellie 


1075 


1879 


Herbert 


669 


[879 


Nellie 


1740 


1854 


Howard 


7 1 1 


[876 


Orra 


1670 


1877 


Inez 


[652- 


[879 


Pearl 


1653 


1863 


IraT. 


1693 


[870 


Palmer 


1772 


1850 


* Isaac 


1707 


1877 


Percy 


1739 




Isabella 


1727 


[879 


Ruth H. 


1656 


1876 


John L. 


.651 


[891 


Ruth B. 


I 76 I 


1867 


*John W. 


[682 


1875 


Ray C. 


1767 




John 


[721 


1881 


Rena May 


I OS I 


1875 


John Jackson 


r736 


[877 


.Sarah E. 


1751 


1846 


*James E. 


[692 


'855 


*Spencer 


17CS 




James 


.746 


[884 


Susie I. 


I 7 So 




Jane 


718 


«75 


S\'l\'ia 


iT.V^ 


1861 


Jcanie 


712 


S4S 


* William M. 


170:: 




Jackson 


747 


;S79 


William A. 


f 7 5 .> 


1S82 


Josc[)h H. 


658 


876 


William M. 


17 '^3 


1880 


Joseph 


674 


873 


Walter H. 


1779 



312 



GENEALOGY OF 



CHILDREN OF TENTH GENERATION. 



Date of 
Birtli. 




Margi- 
ualJJo. 


Bate of 
Birth. 




Marsi- 
nal Xo. 


1S76 


Abbv 


1797 


1890 


Ezra H. 


1802 


1885 


Albert S. 


1825 


1886 


Fred. E. 


1800 


1890 


Alden 


1829 ' 


1878 


Frank J. 


1802 


1^73 


Alson J. 


1803 


1882 


Gertrude M. 


1809 




Alta M. 


1813 




Giles 


1815 




Alma 


1820 


1876 


Izzie 


1798 


1872 


Anna M. 


179I 




Ida 


1818 




Anna 


1823 


1874 


Jay 


1793 


1867 


Auo^usta 


1789 


1874 


Jessie 


1792 


1878 


Bertha M. 


1805 




Lena 


1816 


1888 


Blanche 


1826 


1869 


Marv M. 


1790 


1880 


Charles L. 


1799 


1885 


Miner W. 


1827 


1874 


Charles E. 


1806 


1877 


Nathaniel 


1824 


1880 


Clara B. 


1794 




Orpha S. 


1812 


1888 


Dora E. 


180I 




Orpha S. 


1814 


1884 


Emma 


1795 


1885 


Perry M. 


1828 


1874 


Ethan S. 


1796 




Robert F. 


181I 


1880 


Eugene 


1808 




Sarah V. 


1810 




Eugene N. 


1817 




Samuel B. 


1S22 




Elias 


1819 


1875 


Silas L. 


1804 




Ehvood 


1S21 









GALLUP FAMILY. 



313 



INDE 



TO SURNAMES OTHER THAN GALLUP. 



Pages. 



Abbe 


152 


Abbey 


147 


Abbott 


34 


Aiken 


70 


Aldrich 


234 


Alexander 99, 


146 


Allen 40, 70, 76, 132, 


153 


217, 222 




Allyn 36, 45, 47, 71, 


113 


120, 121 




Ames 


94 


Amner 


214 


Andrew 


187 


Arnold 


82 


Atkins 


207 


Atwater 


177 


AveriU 


54 


Avery 44, 48, 86, 107, 


108 


Ayer 


118 


Babcock 35, 40, 48 


, 89 


Bacheldor 


128 


Bacon 


44 


Bagg 


229 


Bagley 


129 


Bailey 62, 80, 90, 109, 


140 


186 




Baird 93, 


150 


Balch 


220 


Baldwin 84, 106, 


191 


Baker 72, 


230 


Ball 


179 





: 


Pages. 


Balliett 




237 


Barber 


79, 80, 


192 


Barden 




149 


Barnum 




224 


Barnes 


69, 


iiS 


Bartlett 




45 


Barton 


89, 211, 


21 2 


Bates 




146 


Baton 




141 


Beach 




137 


Beal 




169 


Beck 




205 


Becker 


151. 1^71 


^3^; 


Beebe 




•54 


Belden 




1^5 


Bemis 


&4 


, V>^ 


Benedict 




114 


Benjamin 




I iS 


Bennett 




190 


Bently 


34, 89, 


160 


Bill 20, 63, 


71, 112, 


202 


Billings 


37, 122, 


143 


Birdseye 




146 


Blackstone 




97 


Blount 




31 


Boalt 




"3 


Bohannan 




181 


Bombarger 




194 


Bottom 




107 


Bowen 




96 


Bowles 




140 



314 




GENEALOGY 


/ 




Pages. 


Braddock 




106 


Branner 




137 


Breed 




233 


Brewer 




147, 149 


Brewster 


5 


5, 57, 84, 88 


145, I 


56 




Briggs 41 


, 43 


, 50, 54, 78, 


143, 206 




Brigham 




75, 97, 228 


Bristol 




191 


Broeffle 




157 


Brockway 




57, 92 


Bronk 




223 


Bronson 




126, 206 


Brooks 




83, 234 


Brown 53 


65 


82, 104, 114 


172, I 


94, 


199 


Bryan 




105 


Buck 




78 


Budlong 




145 


Bullis 




128 


Burdick 


60, 


94, 147, 174 


Burgess 




58, 157 


Burlingame 


173 


Burnham 




97 


Burris 




214 


Burrows 




36, 41, 127 


Burt 




130 


Burton 




235 


Buttolph 




69 


Button 




"5 


Cadv 




160 


Call' 




132 


Caller 




147 


Campbell 




60, 182, 209 


Candle 




142 


Capron 




75 


Carpenter 




126, 127 


Carter 




"5 


Car>' 




102 


Case 




170, 236 


Cass 




184 


Chace 




156 


Chadwick 




226 


Chamberlain 


163 


Champlin 




35 



: OP 

Pages. 

Chapell 100, 232 

Chapman 89, 159, 184, 185 

Cheesebrough 27, 124, 127 

Cheney 118 

Chester 112 

Chipman 87 

Church 62, 113, 143, 186 

Churton 204 

Clark 40, 58, 62, 106, no 
126, 177 



Cleveland 




112 


Clevenger 
Clift 




142 
122 


Clyckman 
Coats 




20s 
172 


Cobb 




36 


Cogswell 
Cole 


22 


53 
, 29 


Colgrove 
Colicett 


53, 


102 
221 


Colvin 


80, 


150 


Colwell 




135 


Comes 




148 


Congdon 




66 


Conger 




222 


Conklin 




164 


Cook 


78, 102, 


164 


Coon 




235 


Corbin 




160 


Correll 


' 


' 202 


Cor win 




147 


Cowles 




102 


Craft 




225 


Crain 




84 


Crandall 




91 


Crary 22, 


28, 34. 70 


, 74 


90, 142, 
Crippen 
Crowe 


163, 155 
90, 160, 


161 
163 


CuUen 




no 


Culver 


22, 


102 


Cutler 


96, 


140 


Daggett 
Daniels 




149 
135 


Darling 
Davis 44 


66, 118, 


161 

185 



GALLUP FAMILY. 



315 



Pages. 

Dawiey 8i, 144 

Dean 42, 52, 56, 62, 109 

Denning- 147 

Dennis 46, 66 

Dennison 2*^^ 37. 47. 4^ 

49, 62, 69, 70, 74, 91 

121, 124, 155 

Derby 147 

Devine 105 

Devoe 238 

Dewey 116, 124 

Dimock 35 

Dingman 163 

Dodoe 71, 213 

Doniinick 216 

Dorrance 5 1 

Doug-lass 31, 40, 50, 94 

102 

Dow 40, 58, 60, 100 

Dufer 207 

Duncan 160 

Dunton 114 
Dyer 163, 165, 166, 227 

Earl 225 

Edgecoinb 230 

Edmonds 82 

Edson 181 

Ehlart 233 

Ela 98 

Endicott 202 

Enos 55 

Evans 115, 202, 215 

Eveley 24 

Fadder 142 

Fairfield 42 



Fanning 

Farley 

Fellows 

Fenner 

Fillebrown 



115 
126 

37 
109, 188 

«8, 159 



Fish 61, 62, 62, 70, 106 

181, 230 

Fisher 151 

Foley 198 

Folger 192 

Foot 73, 122, 145 







Paftes. 


Ford 






91 


Forsyth 






151 


Fowier 




149, 


202 


Fox 






119 


Frazer 






146 


Frederick 






125 


Freeman 




44 


70 


French 




31 


36 


Frink 22, 2 


I, 40, 41 


42 


57, 59, I 
Fuller 


50, I 


51 


163 


Furbush 






210 


Gardner 


48 


73, 


130 


Gan-ison 






161 


Gates 52, 


102, 


179, 


228 


Geer 62, 107, 


1 10, 


135, 


183 


184, 185, 
Getchel 


1S8, 


1S9, 


204 
42 


Giddings 






47 


Gifford 


22, 25 


, 26 


Gilbert 






220 


Gilkey 






59 


Gilson 


96, 


119, 


141 


Girdler 






21 1 


Glover 




112, 


196 


Godinez 






158 


Gordon 




40, 


149 


Gould 






15° 


Grant 






137 


Gray 




108. 


186 


Green 




100, 


127 


Gregory 
Griffin 






176 
148 


Griggs 
Gunning 






123 

147 


Gurnev 






i.Si 


Hadlev 






Kio 


Haile' 






142 


Halev 




62, 


109 


Hair 60, 84, 


94, 


104. 


130 


211, 175 
Halsted 






126 


Hamilton 






166 


Hammond 






I 78 


Handt(jrd 






i'j3 


Hard 






124 



316 



GENEALOGY OP 







Pages. 








Pages. 


Hardin 




90 


Jacques 






58 


Harrington 


ii8, 


22S 


James 






60 


Harris 


^S^ 


113 


Jenkins 






141 


Harrison 




168 


Jenks 






102 


Hart 




155 


Johnson 






78 


Hartford 




210 


Johnstone 






105 


Havens ( 


^3, 112, 


200 


-Jones 


46, 


175, 


223 


Haverley 




125 


Joughm 






129 


Hawley 




214 


Joy 






24 


Hayne 




205 


Kasson 






40 


Hazard 




35 


Kellogg- 






IIO 


Heath 




112 


Kennedy 


40, 73, 


94, 


136 


Hebbard 




144 


174 








Heermans 




1>3, 


Ketcham 






125 


Henshaw 


131, 


132 


Kimball 




147, 


214 


Hewitt I 


58, 117, 


162 


King 






168 


Hickman 




192 


Kingbury 


96, 


169, 


170 


Hickok 




150 


Kinne 31, 


, 43, 6( 


D, 61 


, 83 


Hinckley 


57 


, 85 


103, 104, ir-f-3 






Hinton 




126 


Knapp 






232 


Hitchcock 




200 


Kneeland 




79, 


139 


Hittle 




195 


Knight 






215 


Hoadlv 




129 


Lake 






21 


Hobbs 




132 


Lamb 1 1 \ 


I, 113, 


123, 


190 


Hobart 




46 


204 








Hodge 


22 


, 26 


Lamorie 




2 12, 


216 


Hogan 




195 


Larabee 




63, 


124 


Holmes 


126, 


155 


Laskey 






172 


Honor 




160 


Latham 






85 


Hopkins 




148 


Lawrence 




43, 


2\Q 


Hotaling 




125 


Lee 






167 


Houghton 




182 


Leeds 






185 


Houston 




161 


Lemmler 






148 


Hovey 




137 


Lester 


45, 58, 


63. 


191 


Howe 




170 


Letters 






i8r 


Howell 




128 


Lewis 


40, 


ii4. 


122 


Hoyt 




46 


Lindsay 






209 


Hubbard 




187 


Lloyd 






214 


Hubbell 




129 


Lock 






126 


Huckins 




129 


Lounsbury 






57 


Hulburd 


44, 


172 


Lucore 






148 


Hunt 


194, 


208 


Luke 






94 


Hyde 




84 


Lvttle 






114 


Ingalls 




209 


M'agill 






160 


Isham 


62, 


100 


Maine 






197 


Jac(jbus 




234 


Markham 






137 



GALLUP FA.AIILY. 



317 







Pages. 


Marsh 




226 


Marshall 




161 


Martin 


135, 


202 


Martineau 




224 


Mason u 
Matheson 


v'-35, 41 
80, 


, 46 
141 


Mathews 




212 


McCall 




62 


McCartney 
McCoUum 




35 
91 


McCracken 




116 


Mc In tyre 
Mc^Iahon 




M3 
144 


McNaughton 
Meech 


62, 


210 

108 


Merrick 




214 


Mifflin 




157 


Miller 




112 


Miner n, 
Mitchell 


34, 36, 


187 
128 


Mix 




172 


Moore 




83 



Paddock 

Packer 

Paine 



Morgan 47, 55, 62, 70, 71 
75, 86, 87, 89, 107, III 
113, 117, 120, 152, 18S 

Mo wry 155 

^loxley 93 

Murphy 84 

Myers iii, 190 

Nash 126, 206 

Kason 44 

Nelson 155 

Xewcomb 84 

Nichols 173 

Niles 160 

Nixon 75 

Noah 94 

Noone So, 139 

Nordell 128 

Northrop 102, 150, 235 

236 

Noyes 37, 86, 113 

Nusley 195 

O'Connell 213 

Olney 58 

Osterhout 57, 156, 224 



Papt's. 
146 

56, 57 
154 
Palmer 40, 42, 61, m 

137, 155, 191 

Pangborn 205 

Parish 1 1 9 
Park 32, 47, 60, 78. 83 

97, 123 

Pearce 188 

Peck 46, 115 

Peckham 83 

Perkins 207 

Perry 213 

Pettigrew 186 

Phelps 7 1 

Philips 24, 50, 103, 104 

112, 4^^, 0,76- 

Pierce 70 

Pixley 104 

Plant 104 

Pomeroy 108, 112 

Porter 40, 5 1 

Post 82, 129 

Potter 106, 141 

Powers 128 

Pratt 104, 176 

Putnam 105, 132 

Quimby 2 1 2 

Randall 53, 102, 23:: 

Ransom ^o^^ 

Rathbun ioij 

Rauthman <Si 

Rawson 1 1 5 

Raymond 129 

Reed 31, 45, 218 

Reeder 139 

Renard rr8, 19S 

Rhoades 154 

Riddell 144 

Riding 170 

Rice 79 

Richards 118, 197 

Rielly 118, 202 

Rising 146 

Robbins 103 



318 



GENEALOGY OF 









Pases. 




Pages. 


Rockwell 






105 


Spickerman 


225 


Rogers 


3 


4, 4^ 


!, 63 


Sprague 


84, 211 


Root 






207 


Squares 


131 


Ross 






i6i 


Stanton 27, 35, 


43. 46, 68 


Rouse 


69, 


115, 


117 


82, 103 




Rowley 






167 


Stark 


107, 228 


Ruddock 






80 


Starkweather 


43, 84 


Ruggles 






193 


Stebbins 


97 


Russell 




146, 


227 


Steele 


131 


Ryan 






142 


Stephenson 


131 


Sand 






217 


Stetson 


228 


Sanders 






97 


Stevens 


29, 88 


Sandford 






209 


Stoddard 


45. 206 


Sawyer 






157 


Stone 100, 


140, 158 


Saxton 




107, 


163 


Strevell 


221 


Sayles 






109 


Strong 


70, 164 


Schaeffer 




88, 


159 


Sumner 


95 


Schofield 






175 


Sutherland 


192 


Schuyler 






124 


Swan 


36, 48 


Scott 






35 


Sweetman 


142 


Scrafford 






162 


Sylvester 


181 


Seabury 






88 


Tanner 44, 81, 


100. 143 


Searle 




33 


, 34 


207 




Secor 




237, 


238 


Taylor 70, 102, 


144, 146 


Seeley 






232 


189 




Selden 






134 


Thayer 


44 


Sellers 






149 


Thompson 


109 


Shafer 






163 


Thresher 


194 


Sharp 






29 


Throop 


158 


Shedd 






100 


Tiffany 


80 


vSheffield 






62 


Tillinghast 81, 


100, 136 


Shepard 


60 


99. 


215 


Timmons 


141 


Sherman 80, 


141, 


144, 


222 


Townley 


33 


Sherrill 






167 


Trimmer 


60 


Shirarts 






160 


Tripp 


57 


Sieboth 






126 


Tr>'on 


106 


Sikes 




106, 


181 


Tucker 


129, 181 


Simonds 






173 


Turner 


129, 191 


Slade 




152, 


153 


Tuxbury 


96 


Smith 51, 52 


, 83, 


106, 


107 


Twichell 


150 


153, 175, 


184 






Tyler 


83, 95 


Spalding 


40, 


81, 


171 


VanAernam 


216 


Sparrow 






no 


VanAucken 


94 


Spencer 






155 


Vandenburg 


104, 175 


Spicer 120, 


155, 


178, 


192 


VaUvSchaack 


153. 156 


203 








Van Valken burg 


159. 205 



GALLUP FAMILY. 



319 









Pages. 


Papi's. 


VanWie 






151 


Whiting 220 


Vaughn 




164, 


165 


Whipple 32, 46, 57. 70 


Vincent 




42 


59 


15S, 226 


Vredenburg 






196 


Wilber 170, 231 


Vroman 






239 


Wilbur 231 


Wad hams 


71, 


121, 


124 


Willard 76 


Walden 




154, 


227 


Williams 36, 37, 58, 62 


Waldo 


43, 


81, 


106 


63, 71, 72, 83, 90, 91 


Walker 


118, 


125, 


239 


III, 120, 121, 122, 123 


Wallace 






139 


126, 149, 156, 161, 170 


Warner 






90 


Williamson 149 


Warren 






140 


Willis 57, 151 


Watkins 






175 


Wilson 51, r75 


Watrous 






229 


Wilter 127 


Washburn 






155 


Wiltsie 93, 141 


Wasson 






126 


Windsor 52, 79, 131, 138 


Webster 




103, 


161 


148 


Weed 




75 


, 76 


Windust 89 


Welch 






219 


Wood 131, 161 


Weldon 


46, 


68, 


154 


Woodman 169 


Wendell 






148 


Woodruff 88 


Westcott 


77, 


131, 


228 


Woodward 58, 95 


Wetmore 




93, 


141 


Wooster 1 1 


Wetzel 






90 


Worthington 38, 61 


Whalev 






193 


Wright 61, 129, !93 


Wheat 






229 


Wyman 237 


Wheeler 


30, 33, 36 


, 86 


Yom 204 


io6, 115 


, 116 


233 




Young 94, 129, 205, :2r, 


White 98, 


123, 


162, 


173 


Zeh -:5 



320 GENEALOGY OF 



Family Record of Jacob Gallup. 



The following record of the family of Jacob Gallup, No. 
152, page 44, was not received in time to be inserted in its 
proper place and is now given here, having been furnished by 
Mrs. E. K. Smith of Fort Sheridan, 111. 

152 

JACOB GALLUP" (Benjamin'', Bcnjamin\ John\ John'' 
John^), son of Benjamin and Sarah (Lawrence) Gallup, born 
December 28, 1772, at Dalton, Mass.; married Lois Freeman 
July 3, 1800, at Dalton, who was born May 3, 1779. Soon 
after their marriage they removed to LeRoy, N. Y. , where Mr. 
Gallup died March 9, 1869, aged 96. Mrs. Lois Gallup died 
August 20, 1854. 

C/a'ldrett: 

Elanson, b. April 23, 1S03, d. March 19, 1S23. 

Llxretia, b. August 31, 1S05, m. William Pidge, had two sons; both died 

at Fort Washington, Wis. She died in 1863. 
Elvira, b. Dec. 4, 1S07, d. May 3, 1823. 

Alfred, b. Oct. 26. i3io, d. Sept. 22. 1879. He was twice married. 

The name of his second wife was Mary Ann Chase. 

Children by First Marriage: 

WiLLL\.M and Warkkn, both soldiers, wlio lost their 

lives in the late civil war. 
George, m. Carrie Hammond, lives at Blue Rapids, 
Kansas. Children: Mina, Stella, Ralph and Alfred. 



GALLUP FAMILY. 321 

Clu'ldrcn by Second Marriage: 

James, m. Ellen Miles, lives in Eden, Mich. 

Child: Frederick. 
Lois, m. George James, d. Jan. 3, 1393. 
Rosa. 
Nelso.n. 

Winter, b. May 5, i3i3, d. Aug. 10, 1S16. 

E.MiLY Hewitt, b. Oct. 25, 1S16, d. Jan. lo, 1893, m. James Pratt, who died 

May 12, iSgo. Child: Lillian Emily, m. E. K. Smith a 

lawyer in Chicago. They live at Fort Sheridan, 111. 

Child: Helen Emily. 
Eloisa, b. Aug. 20, 1S19, m. Ariel G. Olds. Children- Calvin, 

Edward, m. , lives in California ; Lois, m. A. O. Du- 

Bois, lives in Mason, Mich. ; Lucius, m. Ella Chase; Mrs. 

Olds married second husband, Kendall, now lives 

in Eden, Mich. 
Lois A. b. April 10, i326, d. August, 1S71. 
Jero.me Jacob, b. , m. Sarah Williams, Children: Jay and Alfred. 

21 




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GALLUP FAMILY. 



CONTENTS. 



Introduction, 

Visitation of Dorset, 1623, 

Pedigree, Arms, and Explanation, 

Lineage, 



Tilly Gollop, 
the family name. 



Sketch of the late George 

Origin and orthography of 

First Generation, 

Second Generation, 

Third Generation, 

Fourth Generation, 

Fifth Generation, 

Sixth Generation, 

Seventh Generation, 

Eighth Generation, 

Ninth Generation. 

Tenth Generaticm, 

Other families of Gallups, 

Appendix, 

Miscellaneous — containing grants of land, and 

the early members of the family, 
Index of names bearing the surname Gallup, 
Index to surnames other than Gallup, 
Record of the family of Jacob Gallup, 



wills of 



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7 
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16 

17 
21 

25 
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39 
50 
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241 

245 

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320